One of the most common questions from pre-retirees is, “Am I on track?” Many also wonder how they can confidently maintain their current lifestyle throughout retirement. But, with so many variables during this phase of life, such as income, social security, medical expenses, taxes, and inflation, how do you really know if you are “on track?”
How do you efficiently withdraw a paycheck from your portfolio with various accounts and the tax treatment associated with them? While the question might seem simplistic on the surface, there are many moving parts to consider, such as current and future tax brackets, income sources, capital gains, and more.
Open a 401(k) account, save pre-tax dollars into the plan, set on autopilot. These are the simple steps we usually encounter when working with investors […]
It seems everywhere we look today, there is cost; mortgage payment, grocery bill (diapers, again?), car expenses, the streaming subscription and the list goes on. With more time being spent at home, we cannot forget the sticker shock that comes with any kind of home improvement project today! Which leads to the question of, “where can I cut costs” when reviewing your overall financial picture.