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Retirement Planning Case Study

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Retirement Planning Case Study

Am I on track for retirement? It’s a question here at RFC we’ve helped answered many times. 

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Small Business Financial Planning Case Study

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Small Business Financial Planning Case Study

Freeing you up to pursue your dreams. 

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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Changed Things More Than You Realize

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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Changed Things More Than You Realize

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made a lot of changes. It was the single largest tax reform bill in nearly 30 years. However, the impact of the TCJA might be a lot broader than most realize. Almost every small business owner in the country is impacted by a new tax deduction called 199A.

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Digital Assets – You Already Own Some, Whether You Know What They Are Or Not

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Digital Assets – You Already Own Some, Whether You Know What They Are Or Not

By Jamie Hopkins Recently I gave a presentation to a large group, over 300 in attendance. I asked the group, “How many of you own a digital currency?” Only about three or four hands went up. I was shocked.

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7 Year-End Planning Tips from a Wealth Planner

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7 Year-End Planning Tips from a Wealth Planner

Published by Mark Petersen, Vice President Affluent Wealth Planning The holidays are upon us, so that must mean it’s time for year-end income tax planning, right? In the past, I would have said yes, but that changed 12 months ago when the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 was passed.

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3 Steps to Financial Independence: Ready Yourself for Retirement

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3 Steps to Financial Independence: Ready Yourself for Retirement

The most basic goal should be to arrive at “your figure” for financial independence – or as I like to say, that time when I can work because I feel like it and not because I must. The problem is, many people aren’t hitting that goal – or even know how to set that goal.

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The 4 Pitfalls of No Plan

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The 4 Pitfalls of No Plan

There are some things in life you just can’t plan for: an unexpected illness, job loss, death of spouse, disability…While these major events can impact your life, having an effective game plan can help ensure that it doesn’t ruin your financial well-being.

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Improving The Traditionally Allocated Portfolio

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Improving The Traditionally Allocated Portfolio

Published by Tyler Schlumpf We’re going to introduce a few mathematical concepts in this article that are crucial to building a portfolio. For those that are already moving their cursor up to the X in the right hand corner, just stick with it! These concepts, whether we choose to learn them …

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Spending Habits of Thirty-Somethings: How Do You Measure Up?

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Spending Habits of Thirty-Somethings: How Do You Measure Up?

No matter how delayed your maturity was or if you were one of the few responsible twenty-year-olds, you can’t deny it; you are now an adult. Measuring up used to be called “Keeping up with the Joneses” and now it is called “social media scrolling.”

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4 Simple Steps to Creating an Estate Plan

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4 Simple Steps to Creating an Estate Plan

Published by Beth Schanou, JD Most of the time, it feels like life is moving at the speed of light. I often feel my entire day, both at home and at the office, is spent in fast forward mode. As if it’s a race to get done as much as possible, I’m running from one …

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