Financial Planning

Women and Wealth

March 11, 2021 | Financial Planning

With Women’s History Month in full swing, we take a look at how women invest, what’s important to them, and how they are achieving success. Women think about money differently, invest it differently, and spend it differently. While motivations vary from person-to-person, as a whole, female …

Taking Advantage of a Golden Opportunity

February 23, 2021 | Investing

We regularly hear concern from clients about everything that is going on today. How am I going to save for retirement in such a turbulent, difficult time? In many ways, saving and investing has never felt so strange. Today, interest rates on traditionally safe bonds are near zero, if not below; …

Ebrahim Busheri

Director of Investments

Investment Outlook 2021: Light at the End of the Tunnel

December 15, 2020 | Investing

After a year that left investors on the edge of their seats, many are wondering how to prepare for what’s next. In our 2021 Outlook, we discuss the lessons from this past year, and then lay out how we’re thinking about the economic recovery, ultra-low interest rates, and today’s stock market rally.

Tom Stedman

Associate Wealth Management Consultant

Long-Term Care Month: The Costs

December 07, 2020 | Retirement

Long-Term Care (LTC) not only requires logistical planning, but also careful cost consideration. In our last post, we detailed the specifics of who may need LTC and what kind, and now we’re digging into the cost of preparing yourselves for these types of substantial costs. Based on information …