Archive | Financial Planning

How to Choose the Right Financial Advisor

By: Bill Few Associates Vice President, Mia Kovacs, CFP® When the thought comes to mind of contacting a financial advisor to assist with financial planning, some may dismiss the idea thinking they have not acquired enough wealth to warrant such services. That is simply not so. Financial planning services are for everyone and can help you […]

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Rebalancing Your Portfolio During Challenging Times

By: Bill Few Associates Executive Vice President, Kenneth J. Como Most of us never would have predicted that we would be living through a pandemic in 2020. It has quite literally changed how we live. Schedules have changed, work priorities have shifted, how we handle our day-to-day activities is nothing like before, and moreover, finances […]

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The Suspension of Required Minimum Distributions for 2020

By: Bill Few Associates Vice President, Mia Kovacs, CFP® COVID-19 is a health crisis, and yet it has impacted so much more than our physical wellbeing.  The requirements of stay-at-home orders have also affected many financially.  In an effort to provide relief, legislation has been enacted as people and governments around the globe struggle to […]

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We Are Here. Keep Your Appointment with Your Financial Advisor.

With the world operating differently lately, we realize your priorities may have shifted, and understandably so. But while many things have changed and are changing, one thing still holds true at Bill Few Associates – our commitment to you and your financial well-being. Our financial advisors are working remotely at this time, but they are […]

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This is a Time for Fundamentals; Not Fear

By: Mia Kovacs, CFP® Emotions can aid our basic survival.  They can motivate us to take action, encourage us to avoid danger and provide us with the empathy necessary to create relationships. Regarding financial markets though, emotions most certainly do not help and yet the markets move with the mass’ emotional responses.  Driven by two primary emotions: […]

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