Financial Planning

Helping you learn more about a variety of family wealth management topics

Andrew DelMedico, CFP®

Financial Planning Coordinator/Senior Consultant

Four Things You Can Do with Excess 529 Plan Funds

August 18, 2017 | Wealth Management

529 college savings plans are widely touted as the most effective way to save for college education expenses. Contributions to a 529 plan may be state income tax deductible, grow federal and state tax-free, and can be withdrawn federal and state tax-free if used for qualifying higher education …

Rebecca Galliford, CFP®

Wealth Management Consultant

Four Common Types of Debt and What They Mean for You

July 11, 2017 | Wealth Management

American household debt – including mortgages, auto and student loans, and credit cards – has reached a new high at $12.7 trillion, surpassing the previous peak credit bubble levels of 2008, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. In today’s low interest rate environment, debt can be …

Webinar: Exclusively for Medical Professionals

May 19, 2017 | Wealth Management

  Estate planning is a vital part of the financial planning process at all stages of life, and the need for various estate planning tools will change throughout your lifetime. We discuss estate planning techniques that can help protect your assets, your practice, and your family. …

Andrew DelMedico, CFP®

Financial Planning Coordinator/Senior Consultant

Four Signs it’s Time to Update Your Estate Plan

March 28, 2017 | Wealth Management

Everyone has an excuse for putting off a visit to their estate planning attorney. An appointment with your attorney may force you to make difficult decisions, can sometimes be expensive, may evoke fears of death, and is generally not the first thing that comes to mind when deciding how to enjoy …

Dana Vosburgh, CFP®

Director of Family Wealth Management

Medicare FAQs

March 22, 2017 | Wealth Management

As people approach age 65 and consider retirement, health care planning becomes a higher priority. It also becomes a common area of confusion. After years of having health care coverage through an employer provided plan, the various parts of Medicare and additional coverage options can be …

Ethan McKenney, CFP®

Senior Wealth Management Consultant

Understanding Revocable Trusts

February 23, 2017 | Wealth Management

Wills and Revocable Trusts are estate planning tools which can be used to pass assets on at death. However, the structure of wills and trusts are quite different. In order to understand how both a will and trust work, you must first understand the probate process. In very broad terms, a Will …

Andrew DelMedico, CFP®

Financial Planning Coordinator/Senior Consultant

12 Tips for Year-End Tax Planning

December 05, 2016 | Wealth Management

If you haven’t already started to think about what you need to do for year-end tax planning, time is running out. There are a number of things to consider for year-end planning for those who are still working, for those who are retired, and tips in general to help you prepare for year-end tax …


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