Nearing Retirement, Retirement Planning

When Is the Right Time to “Grow Up”?

The title of my article this week could be misleading. Adam and I had a meeting a few weeks ago and the topic of “growing up” was discussed. Talking about “growing up” was not about maturity levels or responsibilities. It was about sitting down and thinking about the next phase of life for this gentleman.… Continue reading When Is the Right Time to “Grow Up”?

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How Hard Can It Be? – by Adam Werner

At the Haas Financial Group, one of our 6 Core Values is Education. This includes both educating our clients on their potential options and strategies prior to making important decisions, and also educating ourselves to make sure we deliver on our promise of providing comprehensive planning. Now, Ben and I are required to complete continuing… Continue reading How Hard Can It Be? – by Adam Werner

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It’s Time to Find Out If Your Advisor Is a Fiduciary

Adam and I have been fortunate to meet several new families over the course of the last couple weeks. They found us in many different ways. Two came to us based on a referral from someone working with us already. Another sold a business after 30 years, and now needs to consider what’s next in… Continue reading It’s Time to Find Out If Your Advisor Is a Fiduciary

Nearing Retirement, Retirement Planning

When I’m 64 – Is Age Driving Your Retirement Plan?

Age is relative. How we feel from year to year probably depends on a litany of things other than just age, which many would say, “is just a number.” I felt that way again this year as I recently celebrated my 35th birthday. 35 didn’t feel any different than 34, or 30 for that matter.… Continue reading When I’m 64 – Is Age Driving Your Retirement Plan?

Retirement Planning

Starting the Planning Process Over Again: Marriage and Divorce

The marriage and divorce statistics make money issues between partners more complicated today than they have ever been before. Looking back in time, it used to be that most assets were jointly owned, there was often only one income for the family, divorce was rare, and estate planning by spouses generally consisted of simple wills that… Continue reading Starting the Planning Process Over Again: Marriage and Divorce