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!
May 1st, 2019 | 6 mins 25 secs
certified financial planner, cfp, commission based, fee based, finance, financial planner, financial planning, registered investment advisor, retirement, ria, savings, wealth, wealth management, wealth planning
Although many different labels are used, there are really just three types of financial advisors in the industry:
- Fee-based and
- Independent and fee-only.
While there are excellent advisors in all three categories, and there is a place for each in this field, it is important for any informed consumer to understand how each is compensated, and how that can impact the advice the advisor delivers.
November 28th, 2018 | 6 mins 36 secs
bipartisan budget act, filing options, finance, health, income, life expectancy, retire, retired, social security, spousal benefits, wealth, wealth planning
We get asked all the time about the “best timing” and claiming strategies for social security. Most people know they can claim Social Security at 62, or wait as late as age 70. The pros and cons of now vs later are relatively straightforward, the longer you wait, the more you get.