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Peter Locke

The Rich Man’s Roth

Life Insurance…. Let me guess, was your first thought, “are you serious?” If so, don’t worry mine was too. How could life insurance be like anything like a Roth? When I was first presented with the idea that life insurance

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Kevin Taylor

529 College Planning: 102

Types of 529 plans This is one of the largest hang-ups for savers. A history of misinformation and contamination between different types of 529s has generated several misnomers. Simply put: 529 plans are usually categorized as “prepaid tuition” or “college

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Kevin Taylor

529 College Planning: 101

The Origin on 529s The origin story of the 529 program goes back to the Michigan Education Trust (MET) in 1986. A state-run program that supported colleges saving devoid of state income taxation.  529 plans are named after Section 529

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Do I need life insurance?

Most likely yes.  Your financial and family situation will be the deciding factor. If you’re single, have a large amount of savings, and no dependents then life insurance may not be for you. The reason being, unless your savings cannot

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What’s the point of a financial planner?

Organize: We’re all guilty of “knowing” where everything is but not piecing it together A big way planners can help out is by helping you simply organize your entire financial life. From insurance, taxes, investments, expenses, real estate, etc, having

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