If your fiftieth birthday is around the corner, it may be time to start thinking about some changes to your financial plan. We’ve outlined what you should keep doing, what you should evaluate, what you may need, what you should watch out for, and what you should plan for and consider all in one place.
Our friends at Western New York Physician Magazine recently partnered with Sue Redsicker, Director of Financial Planning, on an article entitled, A Boom in Gray Divorce Means Special Considerations for Women. Head over to their website here for the full article. You can find it on page 25 of the digital edition.
It is that time of year again… back to school! Every year this event ends up costing more than most parents want to spend, and every year it gets more expensive. As a parent of three kids myself, ranging from elementary to high school, I can understand and empathize. Here are some tips and tricks to assist in school saving and budgeting. If the ship has sailed for the 2021-2022 school year, these helpful hints will get you on board for the next one.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has presented countless challenges for our country. Whether you’re a seasoned professional, an empty nester, a fresh college graduate, or anywhere in between; many of us have had no choice but to change the way we think about budgeting.
You may have heard that several points related to the SECURE Act of 2019 have been clarified. As your community-based financial advisors, we wanted to take a moment to bring you some of the most important pieces of the Act for your reference.