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Spending Wisely

By Kelley Muhsemann Communications and Marketing Manager Have you been spending wisely? Although typically when discussing “spending” with our clients, we are referring to money, it can be just as important and valuable to think about how you spend your time. With so many working from home, going out less, and enjoying more “down time”...
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Tools for Coping with Job Loss During a Pandemic

By Kelley Muhsemann Communications and Marketing Manager During the best of times, being “let go” or “laid off” can wreak havoc on your finances. But during a period when so much in life is uncertain, a job loss can feel catastrophic. In addition to financial concerns, you might feel a lack of purpose, or develop...
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New Year’s Financial Resolutions

By Michelle Herbst Director of First Impressions It is that time of year again when people make New Year’s resolutions. Many people focus on changing their eating habits, starting an exercise routine or adding more physical activity to their lives, right any wrongs, or to live a kinder more caring life. However, how many people...
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How to Make a Tax Free Charitable Contribution From Your IRA

By Rosanne Rogé, CSA, RFG, CFP® Managing Director For those age 70 ½ who are required to make annual Required Minimum Distributions (RMD’s) from their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA’s), the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has given individuals, who can afford to be philanthropic, a gift in the form of a tax break. The Tax...
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5 Tips From Highly Successful People

By Kelley Caponigro Assistant to the Chairman & CEO Although there are many different definitions of success, the four main elements that contribute to success are freedom of time, money, relationships, and purpose. Dan Sullivan, founder of The Strategic Coach, Inc., says that “when you lose sight of these four freedoms, that’s when you start...
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Are You Getting Good Financial Advice or a Sales Pitch?

By Kelley Caponigro Assistant to the Chairman & CEO There are a great deal of articles and theories on how to tell a good financial advisor from a salesperson or product-pusher. The problem is that most salespeople are so good at looking and sounding like the real thing that it can be difficult to unmask...
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teamwork

Client Stories 2016: The Importance of a Financial Dream Team

Although some people prefer to have their trusted advisors work independently from one another, amazing things can happen when professionals come together for the well-being of their client. Allowing your financial advisor, accountant, and estate planning attorney to collaborate can often lead to a stronger support system and additional money saved. Such was the case...
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Student Loans

How Student Loan Repayment Fits Into a Financial Plan

Years ago most students could work a part-time job while attending college and graduate debt-free. Today, student loans are essentially a guarantee, and depending on things like financial aid, 529 plans and scholarships, a college education could end up costing hundreds of thousands of dollars. Don’t get discouraged though. With a little planning and understanding,...
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Dentist

4 Things Advisors and Dentists Have In Common

By Kelley Caponigro Assistant to the Chairman & CEO When you hear “Financial Advisor,” you certainly don’t simultaneously think, “Dentist.” Nor do you hear “Dentist” and think “Financial Advisor.” However, the two professions have similar qualities and conundrums. Outlined below are just four similarities that dentists and financial advisors have in common. 1. To Be...
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