Nov
29

Meet Our Advisors

We love sharing the stories of how our advisors found WorthPointe to be the perfect fit for their lifestyles and professional goals. It brings us joy to help them find their niche and serve our clients even better. Here are a few examples. Scott – Giving is Living For Scott, giving back to the community […]

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Mar
27

Protect Your Assets And Your Free Time

posted on March 27th 2018 in Your Financial Advisor with 0 Comments

Time is Money. Time is at a premium these days, and with work following us on our phones, it can be hard to draw a boundary and embrace quality time outside of the office. If you’re like many dedicated entrepreneurs, this dilemma will resonate. You may feel like you’ve devoted so many hours to building […]

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Feb
19

Should You Consider Investing Your Home Equity?

posted on February 19th 2018 in Your Financial Advisor with 0 Comments

Investing Your Home Equity

In our decades of experience, we’ve found that this strategy may not be appropriate for everyone. For some, it has caused more harm than good. For others, it has been beneficial. We, however, wanted write on the topic, because it is a topic that we are often asked about. To properly consider your options, you really […]

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Feb
06

Stock Market Plunge: What’s Going On?

By now, you have probably seen the news that the stock market is taking a dip. There is a lot of information coming at us fast as we watch to see what happens next. We are here to answer a few of your questions. Why is this happening? As she finished her term as the […]

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Dec
13

Five Key Concepts for Financial Success

The following blog post is an excerpt of the WorthPointe e-book, The Informed Investor. We created The Informed Investor to show you a Nobel Prize–winning approach crafted to optimize your investment portfolio over time. We have designed it specifically to not only support you in your efforts to preserve what you already have, but to […]

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Dec
06

Investing Shouldn’t be Complicated

Investing Shouldn't Be Complicated

The following blog post is an excerpt of the WorthPointe e-book, The Informed Investor. We created The Informed Investor to show you a Nobel Prize–winning approach crafted to optimize your investment portfolio over time. We have designed it specifically to not only support you in your efforts to preserve what you already have, but to […]

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Nov
29

How We Define Wealth Management

How We Define Wealth Management

The following blog post is an excerpt of the WorthPointe e-book, The Informed Investor. We created The Informed Investor to show you a Nobel Prize–winning approach crafted to optimize your investment portfolio over time. We have designed it specifically to not only support you in your efforts to preserve what you already have, but to […]

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Oct
31

What Business Entity is Right for Your Company?

posted on October 31st 2017 in Your Financial Advisor with 0 Comments

This article is for individual who are considering opening a business or changing their business entity and are looking for a basic overview of the major types of business entities. To find the best fit for your situation, however, we recommend talking with your financial planner, lawyer and CPA. When you own and operate your […]

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Sep
25

Property Tax Savings for California Seniors (55+)

You may not consider your 55th birthday as a milestone, however, there may be more reason to celebrate than you think. At the age of 55, several options for tax savings become available for those considering selling and repurchasing real estate in California. Traditionally your property tax base is calculated by the assessed value of […]

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Sep
12

How to Respond to a Data Breach

posted on September 12th 2017 in WorthPointe News & Your Family & Your Financial Advisor with 0 Comments

How to Respond to a Data Breach Equifax

You may have read that hackers broke into the Equifax database and stole personal information tied to 143 million Americans. The hackers accessed people’s names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver’s license numbers. They also stole credit card numbers for about 209,000 people and dispute documents with personal identifying information […]

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