Forward-looking statements When used in this report the words or phrases “may,” “could,” “should,” “hope,” “might,” “believe,” “expect,” “plan,” “assume,” “intend,” “estimate,” “anticipate,” “project,” “likely,” or similar expressions are intended to identify “forward-looking statements.” Such statements are subject to risks and uncertainties, including among other things: •Adverse changes in theRead More →

NORTHBOROUGH, MA/ACCESSWIRE/February 18, 2022/ A great financial advisor provides objective advice and support through life’s many challenges and changes. They can be the difference between making progress toward goals or remaining stagnant. For 15 years, Ryan Kittredge, a Certified Financial Planner, has served successful clients in and around Central andRead More →

King of Prussia, Pa., Feb. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The American College of Financial Services announced a pair of newly elected officers to its board, with John Howard chosen as the new board chair and Salene Hitchcock-Gear, JD, elected as vice-chair. The two executives are joined by new boardRead More →

Financial planning is a time-consuming process over many meetings. It needs questioning, contemplation, investigation, consideration. It’s not a process you always think of as part of the emergency services. I imagine the paramedics in their ambulance, followed by the Blood Bank motorcyclist, followed by a five-series BMW. They arrive atRead More →

Overpayment of fees and expenses is an area of ​​investing that requires special attention. Twice last year our company changed ETF provider due to cost/benefit ratio. Reducing fees does not guarantee exceptional performance, but unjustified or unnecessary fees and expenses reduce annual returns. Always strive to reduce friction. Friction isRead More →

Financial planning can help you better understand where you are financially, how to prepare for the challenges ahead, and how to plan where you want to go. If you haven’t prepared a financial plan for yourself or your family, a financial advisor can help. Here are the typical steps inRead More →

Real estate investors struggle to find financial planners who can fit their real estate holdings into their plan. And that’s because most financial planners use out-of-the-box software that supports traditional investment accounts like IRAs, 401(k), and taxable accounts, but not the unique aspects of real estate investments, according to DanaRead More →

Owning a successful business is a constant exercise in planning. Many successful business owners have already engaged in personal financial planning, including investing and providing financial security for themselves and their families. However, fewer business owners have created a business continuity plan. A business continuity plan includes strategies and actionRead More →

Offering wealth management services is something all accounting firms should do for all clients who need it. My premise is that everyone needs some kind of financial planning; the scope and depth of engagement will vary depending on the complexity, but all of your company’s customers have financial issues andRead More →

When John Hirt and his wife Dianne first met RTD Financial Advisors in Philadelphia, they were a bit unsettled. Instead of just reviewing their investments and budget, counselors asked broader questions about the couple’s values ​​and beliefs, and whether their financial goals reflected them. Advisors also spent a lot ofRead More →

TORRANCE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–EP Wealth Advisors, LLC (“EP Wealth”), a leading independent registered investment adviser specializing in client-centric financial planning and investment management services, announced its acquisition of Personal Financial Consultants, Inc. (“Personal Financial”). The acquisition expands EP Wealth’s office in Lafayette, Calif., and strengthens the company’s presence in the SanRead More →