While you are working, you add money to your investments to build a nest egg. In retirement, it’s time to start taking that money back out. The income goal in retirement is to mimic the paycheck you were receiving while you worked. This new “paycheck” often comes from several sources, including Social Security and/or pension payments, and perhaps rental incom
The last few weeks have seemed like months as many of our clients’ dental practices closed or moved to emergency-only schedules due to Covid-19. Heart-wrenching decisions about staff have kept practice-owners awake, and learning about all the new and changing information about loans, advances, tax credits, unemployment and family-leave rules have felt like new full-time jobs for man
We are excited to announce Sharon Weaver’s paper “Scaffolding or Enabling? Implications of Extended Parental Financial Support into Adulthood” has been published by the Journal of Financial Therapy.