Can my office help you “Achieve Your #Goals?”

Right now it might seem impossible to have the life of your dreams. But with a little planning a solid education, a new home, and the financial security to start a family are closer than you think.

Financial planning is more than knowing how to invest – it’s knowing the right goals for every stage of your life. By partnering with a financial expert, we can set the right goals to help you achieve your dreams – not just add to your 401k.

Check out this short video that shows how we can work together to meet your #Goals:

 

How to save $60,000 on your taxes

This week my office helped a local business owner take a large step in saving over $60,000 on his taxes and put it into his retirement plan instead.  Give me a call at 215-886-2122 and we can see how we can help you put money in your pocket instead of the IRS.

Five Questions To Ask About Your 401k

For many people, a 401(k) is the easiest and most convenient way to save for retirement.  Unfortunately, many people don’t know as much about their 401(k) as they should.  As a result, they aren’t getting as much out of it as they could.

To help, I’ve prepared a special infographic that lists five questions you should ask yourself about your 401(k).  If you already know the answers, great!  But if you don’t, it may be time for a review.  If so, please don’t hesitate to contact me.  I would be happy to offer a second opinion on how to get more out of your 401(k).

I hope you find this infographic thought-provoking.  As always, please feel free to call us at 215-886-2122 if there is anything we can do for you.

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Have a great week!

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The Dumbing Down of 401k Investors

The dumbing down of 401k investors

The Dangers of Putting Your 401k on Autopilot

The Dangers of Putting Your 401(k) on Autopilot