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This year’s edition accounts for changes to the tax code due to the CARES Act and other COVID-19 legislation.
In the United States, small business owners often have complicated financial lives that may require professional support. A common obstacle financial professionals can help small business owners overcome is the belief that one’s company is the only retirement vehicle necessary. This ebook discusses five common mistakes business owners make and common strategies they can use to overcome them.
Today’s retirees are living longer than ever before and experiencing retirement in new ways. Gone are the days when people worked 50 years for the same employer, retired on a predictable pension, and settled down into a quiet lifestyle.
While you can’t be certain what the future holds, you can strategize for the retirement life you want—and take these five steps to help you get there with confidence.
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Every family is different, and each of us must create financial strategies with our particular circumstances in mind. This is especially true for families that care for children with special needs. Parents often need to consider the present as well as the future for their special needs child, including a future where parents are no longer managing their child’s day-to-day needs and agenda. As with many of the first decisions we make as parents, these considerations may begin before birth.
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Managing personal finances and investing provide many options for pursuing your wealth management goals by starting to address them in your 20s and 30s. We wrote this guide to help you navigate the vast world of investing and personal finance so that you may successfully build toward your financial future.