Do you need a Trust? – New Live Webinar A trust costs a few thousand dollars. And it seems everyone is doing it. Why? Should you, too? In this webinar you will learn: • The benefits of a trust • The benefits people assume a trust provides, but doesn’t • Whether a trust will solve
Join me in my upcoming webinar: “Goals & Inefficiencies – the Core of Financial Planning” and we’ll address the three broad benefits of financial planning:
New Webinar – Financial Questions & Answers with Stephen Zelcer If there’s one thing Covid-19 has done to us all, it has changed our natural mode of operation and introduced a new dynamic into our lives. As such, things that we previously did without thinking are now being reevaluated. That can actually be a good
Q&A: Is the FSA better than the HSA? Question My wife and I are expecting a baby in June. You made clear that an FSA is the better choice for someone who is anticipating a year filled with high medical expenses… but I didn’t understand exactly why. Would you mind elaborating very briefly why the
Thinking about taking Social Security early?
Sounds like a good idea, however if you’re earning too much money while taking early Social Security, that can wipe out your benefits. Is there a way to have both? Can you get your Social Security and earn additional income at the same time?
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A fiduciary advisor Specializing in Retirement Planning & Federal Benefits Request a Meeting A fiduciary advisor Specializing in Retirement Planning & Federal Benefits Request a Meeting DO YOU VIEW MONEY AS A GOAL OR A MEANS? Your goals say a lot about you. They reflect your value system and your personal philosophies on life, family,
How much reserves should you have in your rainy day fund? If you think about it, a rainy day fund is primarily for emergency use when something “goes wrong.” As such, it is essentially a form of insurance. The question now becomes, how much rainy day “insurance” should you have?Join me in my upcoming webinar
A video on the 4 financial steps I wish I had known when I was younger. Succinct, easy to understand financial advice for those starting out. With Stephen Zelcer, financial advisor.
Key Milestones in the Career of a Federal Employee I’ve seen it many times. Federal employees who thought they would only spend a few years as a Fed and move on, only to find themselves still a Fed 20+ years down the road. This unintentional floating along in a Federal job can be transformed into