Middle Class Millionaires: Personal and Business Finance—Tips from the Top Q2, 2019 Build Your Professional Team: Investment Advisor, Insurance Agent, Accountant (CPA), Attorney As we head into the beautiful spring season, our Entrust Financial team is launching a new approach to our communications with clients and the community. We will draft our weekly blogs around [...]
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Video: Helping you pursue your next $Million: Tip 3 – Jennifer Bravo – Teaching Children to Share with their Community
For the most part, your children will learn what is important about money and how to handle money by watching you, their parents. Teaching by example is powerful indeed, when it comes to money. Jennifer discusses a simple three-component system for engaging in money conversations with younger children, a system comprised of: Save, Spend and [...]
Perspectives on financial decision-making vary widely, which is often puzzling. How can two people—like two spouses, for instance—reach such different conclusions about how to spend their money, when their financial context is the same or at least quite similar? Mckenzie’s video offers insight into this frustrating phenomenon. Take a look and take the quiz. Then [...]
Video: Helping you pursue your next $Million: Tip 1 – Joslyn Ewart – Identify and Write Down Your Income Number
All of us need to identify and write down our preferred monthly or annual income number—even those among us who naturally procrastinate on money-related tasks. We need this information to plan for financial freedom and security. Take a look. Contact us today to schedule a meeting to discuss your income needs, as you aim for [...]
Video: Helping you pursue your next $Million: Tip 3 – Jennifer Bravo – Life Events and Advisor Input
There are times when seeking the guidance of a professional can make all the difference in your experience of long-term financial success. When might an advisor help you? Take a look. Then contact us today to schedule a second opinion about the financial choices you face.
“Making work optional,” a/k/a retirement, is a common financial planning theme. For business owners, the stakes may be higher than for many because their largest asset is often their business. To maximize the value of this business asset, succession planning is vital. Take a look! Then contact us today to schedule a consultation, to confirm [...]
One aspiration shared by many of us is the luxury of “making work optional” a/k/a retirement. While this may not be seen as a luxury but rather as a necessity, when you consider that paying for retirement may be the biggest bill of your life, “luxury” may not be overstating this aspiration after all. Our [...]
It may be easy to grasp the importance of managing your risk when it comes to your portfolio—including your IRA and 401(k) accounts. What investors may not be as clear about are the potential benefits of periodic rebalancing of their asset allocations. Simply speaking, rebalancing permits us investors to sell high and buy low. Mckenzie [...]
Tax reporting season can be frustrating because it feels like our wealth is dissipating into the cost of our tax liabilities. If such thoughts cross your mind, here is a positive thought antidote: Use the strategy of dollar-cost-averaging into your portfolio of investments, to help build wealth more quickly. As Mckenzie suggests, this strategy may [...]
Regular money meetings can truly enrich the communication between you and your spouse, or within your primary relationship. Mckenzie has some tips you do not want to miss; take a look! Remember to contact us today for additional perspective, such as that provided on our recent post regarding financial transparency in marriages.