Big life changes, such as a death or divorce, often are the catalysts for selling jewelry, but it can be hard to know where to start or to know if you’re getting an honest value. We sat down with Rose Bouchard of Tyson’s Watch and Jewelry Exchange and she
There are many professionals you can stack on your team to help you through your divorce process – a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®, mediator, estate attorney, tax attorney, and many more. see more →
Communication with your ex-spouse can be challenging. There are hard feelings, they know exactly how to push your buttons – it’s not always the easiest. On our latest, Done with Divorce Online Workshop, we were joined by Cherie Morris, JD, CDC®, see more →
Leveraging a Roth Conversion can be an invaluable tool to maximize your retirement assets, but it’s not necessarily the best strategy for everyone. So how do you know if a Roth Conversion would be a good consideration for your retirement planning?
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Watch the replay of this special edition Coffee & Conversation where we put our private wealth advisors on a panel where they shared their insights on using your advisor to help negotiate your employee benefits. They covered what benefits you can see more →
Medicare benefits start to come into play when someone turns 65. But, there are many reasons why someone might lose or relinquishes their current coverage (including unemployment, early retirement, divorce, from employee to self-employed etc.) see more →
Knowing the finer details of a home loan or when to refinance your home can be challenging enough on its own. Add the complexity of a divorce and it can be confusing. We had a quick chat with Scott Silverstein, Mortgage Consultant at Caliber see more →