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The following is a guest post from Rich M. Groff II, a third generation Certified Financial Planner and entrepreneur. Although he has worked with people from all walks of life, he has focused his practice primarily around high income and high net worth professionals. Groff prides himself in assembling the best financial team to address and… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Stephen Ng, founder and president of Stephen Ng Financial Group. Stephen is author of 10 Financial Mistakes You Should Avoid: Strategies Designed to Help Keep Your Money Safe and Growing. He is a Chartered Life Underwriter, Chartered Financial Consultant and a Certified Estate Planner. He is also an… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Brett Sause, an 18-year veteran of the financial services profession. Brett is CEO of the Atlantic Financial Group, LLC;  and has been awarded both the National Quality Award and the National Sales Achievement Award from NAIFA. When it comes to retirement – and to passing on whatever wealth you’ve accumulated… Read Article →

Don’t Retire Broke: An Indispensable Guide to Tax-Efficient Retirement Planning and Financial Freedom Paperback: 256 pages Publisher: Career Press (March 2017) While I have not discussed their specific tax situations, I am witness to my parents and my mother-in-law remark that they owed taxes and did not receive a refund in their first years of retirement…. Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Randy Becker, a retirement planning professional and owner of the Becker Retirement Group in Bellevue, Washington. He has 30 years of experience in the insurance industry and holds a degree in personal financial planning from Metropolitan State College of Denver. Can you imagine going on an extended vacation without making… Read Article →

In 2010, Sam Brownback, a sitting U.S. senator, ran for governor of Kansas on an economic platform created by the American Legislative Exchange Council, a group that specializes in promoting draft legislation. Kansas Governor Sam Brownback Once elected, Brownback convinced state legislators to cut personal income tax rates across the board and eliminate the top tax bracket. The tax cuts were… Read Article →

In 2010, Sam Brownback, a sitting U.S. senator, ran for governor of Kansas on an economic platform created by the American Legislative Exchange Council, a group that specializes in promoting draft legislation. Once elected, with help from Arthur Laffer – Ronald Reagan’s mastermind of trickle-down economics – Brownback convinced state legislators to cut personal income tax rates across… Read Article →

Higher-income Americans, about 6 percent of workers, will see an increase in payroll taxes in 2017 as the result of changes in Social Security taxable income levels. The higher revenues will support an increase in monthly benefits for retirees. An Increase in Social Security Benefits in 2017 | Social Security Matters The Social Security Administration recently announced the… Read Article →

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