How to Save for College Education

Mia A. McFadden, CFP® With college costs soaring many parents are left scratching their heads over how to save for their child’s college education. We know that obtaining a college degree can result in higher pay and a wider array of career opportunities.   But what we really hope a college degree translates to is a […]

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Important Dates for Investors

ReShelle Barrett, CFP® Important Dates for Investors Remember the excitement of turning 16 so you can get your driver’s license? And 21 to be a legal adult? Important birthdates don’t end there.   As you head toward retirement, consider the following dates as they may be critical in ensuring your financial plan’s success: Age 55 Possible […]

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2018 Contribution Limits for Retirement Plans

ReShelle Barrett, CFP® Nobody wants to think of filing tax returns at this time of year but the following limits should help in planning for your 2018 retirement account contributions. There is plenty of time to make IRA/Roth contributions (April 15, 2019 is deadline for 2018 contributions) but if you are trying to maximize your […]

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Ward Garner’s Pittsburgh Post-Gazette interview

Ward Garner,CFP® , discusses his book “How To Protect My Million: Strategies to Identify and Avoid Swindlers” with Gary Rotstein for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.   Garner is a senior vice president and wealth manager with Bill Few Associates. Aging Edge http://www.post-gazette.com/aging-edge/aging-edge-Q-A/2018/01/08/Ward-Garner-Certified-financial-planner-advises-how-to-avoid-swindles/stories/201801080009   Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. owns the certification marks CFP®, CERTIFIED […]

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