For members of the LGBTQ community, securing financial peace of mind can be particularly pressing. Read on for special considerations.
Many taxpayers may not realize that taxes are not automatically withheld from RMDs. There are tax strategies to manage estimated tax payments, but the deadline of Dec. 31 is quickly approaching.
There is an abundance of financial terms that get thrown around in news, market reports, and even conversations with advisors. This article sums up 10 common investment and financial terms that every investor should know.
High earners face additional contribution restrictions to employer-sponsored 401(k) plans. Being aware of these restrictions and how to navigate them can help maximize retirement savings.
Charitable giving has many benefits on its own. Some taxpayers wrongly assume it is always beneficial for taxes, but that depends on individual tax circumstances and the type of donation.
It should come as little surprise that Congress seeks ways to generate revenue given current spending levels. So what has been proposed and how might it affect high net worth estate and gift planning?
Lately, there have been several stories regarding the possibility that the U.S. economy is in a stock market bubble. It seems whenever there are extended time periods with high growth, the word bubble appears and investors start to become uneasy. So, what are bubbles and should we be concerned with them?
Taking steps now to transfer your physical stock to electronic will take a considerable burden off of your executor. Not only that, if you are able to transfer your physical stock while you are alive, you may also be able to retitle said stock so that it avoids probate.
It is important to think about what would happen should any of your primary or contingent beneficiaries pass away before you. If your intent is to leave behind a legacy for that particular beneficiary's heirs, adding the Per Stirpes designation may be advantageous.
Since the SECURE Act passed in December of 2019, several clients have reached out regarding the so-called “10 Year Rule” which stipulates all retirement assets must be distributed to certain beneficiaries within 10 years of the client’s passing.