May 5th, 2020 | 12 mins 11 secs
3 months savings, 6 months savings, budget, coronavirus, covid19, fdic insured bank account, financial advisor, financial planning, hippa, home insurance, pandemic, ppp, retirement, retirement planning, savings, savings account, stimulus check
Join Sequoia advisor Sara Gans and Chief Growth Officer, Leon LaBrecque as they discuss smart things you can do for your finances while quarantined at home during COVID-19. Learn ways you can protect yourself, your family and your assets as well as save for the future.
May 31st, 2019 | 7 mins 3 secs
asset management, certified financial advisor, certified life underwriter, certified public accountant, certified senior advisor, cfa, cfp, chartered advisor in philanthropy, chartered special needs consultant, chsnc, clu, cmfc, cpa, designations, finance, financial planning, linkedin, retirement planning, wealth planning
As a client it can be overwhelming trying to sift through the seemingly endless and important looking designations, to figure out which ones you’re looking for in an advisor. There’s been a proliferation in recent years thanks in part to online schools that offer certification in an endless list of specialties, so the best place to begin the discussion is with the “old-school” credentials that have been around long enough for most people to recognize. Join Alexis Cavanagh, Senior Manager at Sequoia Finanacial Group as she deciphers those professional designations you see on your LinkedIn profile.
May 12th, 2019 | 11 mins 28 secs
apps, budgeting apps, finance, financial apps, financial technology, fintech, retirement planning, savings apps, savings goals, spending apps, technology
In this podcast, Alex Rupert with Sequoia Financial Group, will be discussing “Finance Apps”, also known as “Fintech” and how they can be used to compliment a financial plan. From becoming more educated with finance to utilizing specific applications for specific goals – we will be touching on different aspects in which you can become involved with fintech.
May 11th, 2019 | 9 mins 46 secs
death, durable healthcare power of attorney, estate, estate planning, finance, financial affairs, financial planning, financial power of attorney, hcpoa, healthcare, hippa, live savings, living will, poa, retirement planning, revocable living trust, revocable trust, savings, taxes, testament, wealth, will
Join Sequoia's Senior Manager of Wealth Planning, Michael Baker for five estate planning basics you should consider. This includes the importance of having a basic estate plan in place and five documents you should consider including in your estate plan. Benjamin Franklin said it best, "Nothing in this world can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” By the end of this episode you will have a better understanding of how to plan for those very certainties!