Tag Archives: IRA

Tax Traps to Avoid in Retirement

Since we celebrated our nation’s birthday earlier this month, it’s only fitting to quote one of our founders: “Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world, nothing can be said to … Continue reading

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Six Questions Every Proactive Investor Should Ask Their Financial Advisor

And Some Basic Math! I felt compelled to write this article after recent meetings with two different clients. In each case, they entered into investments where high fees virtually guarantee they won’t be able to reach the projected returns, let … Continue reading

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Small Business Owners Face A Retirement Crisis

As an owner of a small business, I appreciate all the pressures entrepreneurs are under. A recent article in Businessweek observes that the self-employed save very erratically. We have written recently that only 71% of Americans have a written Retirement Plan, and … Continue reading

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