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Financial Transitions and Timelines

What is your financial timeline? Where do you see yourself?  Do you know how to work through life’s many transitions? From young emerging investors to seasoned exceeding investors, along the way financial events will arise and wo will the need for confident financial decision making. We often hear from our clients “we don’t want to […]

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What Your Advisors Are Reading This Month

August Reading List from your WPC Advisors Several articles this month focus on financial planning topics for those working towards retirement and those already in retirement! Financial Planning Articles Jerry: Millions of high-earning Americans to lose popular 401(K) tax deduction – here’s what it means for YOU (msn.com) Todd S. I’m a Financial Advisor: Don’t

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What Your Advisors Are Reading This Month

July Reading List from your WPC Advisors This month’s articles focus on retirement, inflation reports and economic related news. We hope you find these curated pieces of interest! Market/Economic/Financial Planning Articles Todd L. AC_U.S.-Home-Price-Growth-Over-50-Years.jpg (899×1200) (ritholtz.com) Malea Inflation cooled significantly in June, bringing price hikes close to normal levels (msn.com) Jerry How Many Americans Actually

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Emerging Investor – Where do I begin?

Emerging Investors – Where do I begin? Emerging investors–or those new to saving, investing, and managing their personal finances–often come to us with targeted “basic” financial questions.  This is where the relationship begins. We learn about their situation and long-term goals. Most importantly, we begin to build the partnership. We strive to be their “go

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Exceeding Investors – How to Maintain Financial Health and Wealth

Our goal is to ensure that when our clients retire, they feel comfortable and confident in their retirement. This confidence is mainly due to their years of saving, investing, and maintaining discipline as it relates to financial well-being.  Deferring their earnings in a tax-advantaged way, keeping a diversified investment allocation in good and bad markets,

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Simple Personal Finance Best Practices Checklist

Are you looking for a checklist of best practices to set your financial house in order? Here’s our short, simple list of Personal Finance Best Practices (at any age) Live within your Means – Cover your essentials and decide on your extras. Have Health Insurance Coverage – That fits your situation. Establish Automatic Payments –

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I Miss My Monthly Paycheck. Help!

One of the most difficult adjustments for clients as they enter retirement is to flip that switch from receiving a paycheck into their bank account to withdrawing funds from their investment accounts.  We have found that many clients have actually worked longer because they just couldn’t reverse this thinking. Investors are savers and for savers

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Student Loan Debt Cancellation – What to Know?

Student Loan Debt Cancellation – What You Need to Know Recently, President Biden extended the student loan payment pause until 12/31/2022 and announced that $10,000 of federal student loans would be cancelled for those making less than $125,000 annually or $250,000 if a married couple.  People who also received Pell grants will be able to

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