According to our furry friend, Punxsutawney Phil, spring will soon be upon us! I’d like to take a moment to reflect on those resolutions you… Read more
We all have similar reasons for investing. The most common goal among all investors is preserving and growing assets for retirement. The most important factors… Read more
A Look Back on 2018 Part 2 – The Year of Trade Tension
When does a family empire built on a reality TV series… Read more
A Look Back on 2018, Part I – The Year of Trade Tension
On January 30th, 2018 President Donald Trump delivered his first State… Read more
Read our latest interview with Mallory Labik, our in-house CDFA®. This blog reviews the importance of speaking to a CDFA® before or during a divorce. Learn about how working with a CDFA® and a divorce lawyer has many advantages.
Trade Wars Q & A
Q) What’s happening and who’s involved?
A) Even preceding his time on the campaign trail, Trump has long… Read more
Tax Benefits and Retirement Plans
With all of the talk today about tax reform, I am still surprised that the majority of people I talk… Read more
Taxes and Your Board of Directors
Tax time has a way of making us resolve to save taxes going forward. But that inclination feels a… Read more
Estate Plans: A Part Of Your Financial Health
Estate plans are not a simple “set it and forget it” set of documents. It needs… Read more
On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which has been the most significant tax reform we have seen in over 30 years.
We, at Fragasso Financial Advisors, have been solidifying our client experience over the last half of 2017. Through that process, we have identified one of the most important components of your Dynamic Wealth Plan: life insurance.
Major life changes, such as marriage, divorce and widowhood are considered among the most stressful to endure. Who has the presence of mind to deal with their finances when emotions are in turmoil? Proper planning and guidance can have a major impact. This is why I have put together a list of ten of the most common financial mistakes to avoid.
A common goal that can be easily forgotten about is getting our retirement savings in better shape. Retirement accounts through our employer can be one of the most attractive way to save, and while employer sponsored plans have long been a main source of retirement income for many workers over time, the retirement landscape has shifted.
The Client Experience
The term “The Client Experience” is a trendy phrase. You hear this phrase in all industries, such as coffee shops, car dealerships,… Read more
Social Security is typically thought of as a supplemental retirement income stream. It can be much more than that in times of critical need. A… Read more
“Too many investment options,” “underperformance,” “retail share class,” “inappropriate benchmarks.” This is just a sampling of claims made in a rash of lawsuits filed within… Read more