I am very excited to announce that we will now be preparing tax returns! We’ve long known that this is something that would be very beneficial for the income tax planning that we do with clients. And now we have this service available – for both clients and non-clients!
Welcome back to the last video in this 5-part Market Volatility Series. If you missed Parts 1-4 then I encourage you to watch those videos that are linked below.
In Part 5 today, my message is that your focus should be on what you can control, not what you can’t control. We can’t control what happens with the stock and bond market, but there are other factors that you can control that should improve your investment experience.
Specifically in this video I highlight 6 concrete things that you can do!! Read more “(VIDEO) Market Volatility (Part 5): Focus on What You Can Control”
Welcome back to Part 4 of this 5-part Market Volatility Series. If you missed Parts 1, 2, & 3 then I encourage you to watch those videos that are linked below.
In Part 4 today, I discuss the concept that you must be present to win. And equally as important is the concept that reacting to the recent market volatility can be detrimental to your portfolio growth. If I had to choose one of these five videos that was my favorite, this would be the one. Read more “(VIDEO) Market Volatility (Part 4): Must Be Present To Win”
Welcome back to Part 3 of this 5-part Market Volatility Series. If you missed Parts 1 & 2, then I encourage you to watch those videos. In Part 1, I discussed that this recent market decline is not as bad as people are making it out to be. And in Part 2, I discuss that it’s normal and necessary for markets to decline and that this recent volatility shouldn’t concern you. You can find the links to those videos directly below this video.
In Part 3 today, you’ll learn two things. First is that just because the stock market has reached a new high doesn’t mean that the market will decline. In fact, it’s generally the opposite. And second, no one truly knows when the stock market declines will come. People will say they know, but in reality they don’t. Read more “(VIDEO) Market Volatility (Part 3): No One Knows When Declines Will Come”
Welcome back to Part 2 of this 5-part Market Volatility Series. If you missed Part 1, Tune Out the Noise, then I encourage you to watch that video as I describe that this recent market decline is not as bad as people are making it out to be. You can find the link to that video directly below this video.
In Part 2 today, you’ll learn that Market Declines are not only Normal but also Necessary. Over the past 10 years, we haven’t experienced a lot of volatility so we’ve all become a little bit complacent. So, tune in to today’s video to learn more about the relationship between stock market volatility and stock market returns. I’m hopeful that this video will help to ease some of the concerns and fear that you may be experiencing.
In light of the recent / significant volatility that the stock market has experienced, I decided to put together a series of videos addressing it.
I know the volatility has created a lot of angst and concern for people. We’ve been hearing from clients whether or not they should make a change to their portfolios. Those who are in retirement are extra concerned since they are taking money out of a declined portfolio.
It’s for these reasons that I wanted to address the market volatility. So, over the next 5 business days I will be sending out a video blog addressing the recent market declines. Each day will be a bite-sized reason discussing why I’m not concerned and why you shouldn’t be concerned either. Today’s topic is on “Tuning Out the Noise” so that you can “hear” that these recent stock market declines are not as bad as people are making them out to be! Read more “(VIDEO) Market Volatility (Part 1): Tune Out the Noise”
Divorce tends to be a very expensive venture. Not only do you often times lose significant assets (house, investments, etc…), but you are also faced with the burden of paying court and / or attorney fees.
Today, I will discuss the 5 major divorce options and the expected costs of each. Not only do I discuss the cost of divorce in Missouri, but I will also give you an idea of the cost no matter where you live. Hopefully divorce is not in your future, but if it is, I think you’ll find this guide helpful. Read more “How Much Does a Divorce Cost in Missouri?”
Finding a financial planner can be a daunting task, especially since he or she is someone who will potentially be managing your life savings and giving you advice on various important topics. This decision is not one that you should take lightly, so in today’s blog post you’ll learn 5 things that you need to evaluate in order to find a financial planner that is right for you.
Are you worried about retirement?
Retirement planning doesn’t have to be complicated. Yet getting started seems like a daunting task to many folks. Even if you have a plan, you may be wondering if you’re on the right track to live the lifestyle you’ve always wanted when you’re no longer working.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed or looking for a second opinion, then I invite you to take our short 10-question quiz to find out how ready for retirement you really are.
Once you take the quiz you’ll then receive a series of 7 tips to help you improve your retirement readiness and minimize any anxiety you may be feeling.
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Brad E.S. Tinnon
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™
In today’s video blog post, you’ll learn 3 important reasons your small business needs a 401(k). These reasons all revolve around benefits received by the owner(s), the business itself, and the employees. If you’ve been thinking about starting a 401(k) plan or even if you already have one, you’ll find benefit in watching this short video!