Sep
10

Why Californians Need to Be Ahead of the Game

posted on September 10th 2018 in San Diego CFP Team Posts with 0 Comments

We all have love for California but as one of the highest tax states, residents often could improve their financial situation by being proactive rather than reactive. Anthony G. Ferreira, Partner and Financial Planner at WorthPointe’s San Diego office, comments on how most Californians could benefit from a better tax strategy:

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Nov
13

Tax Considerations Before and After Marriage

posted on November 13th 2017 in Austin CFP Team Posts with 0 Comments

This is an excerpt from the WorthPointe e-book A Financial Planning Guide for the LGBT Community by Kermit Johns. This resource is provided as a complimentary resource to aid for the community. Before getting married — remembering your status for federal tax return filing depends on your marriage status on December 31 you should determine […]

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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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Oct
04

Financially Navigating a Cross-Border Life

posted on October 4th 2017 in WorthPointe News with 0 Comments

As a U.S. citizen married to a non-citizen, or vice versa, you and your spouse may find yourselves asking big questions when it comes to estate planning and understanding the complexity of your financial picture. You’re not alone; it’s common for cross-border executives and their families to struggle with navigating tax law and regulatory restrictions. […]

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Jun
22

May Market Commentary: Ignore the Distractions

posted on June 22nd 2017 in Market Commentary with 0 Comments

The steady diet of headlines pouring out of the Trump administration has been unsettling for most Americans, regardless of where they sit on the political spectrum. We know equity markets loathe heightened uncertainty — and what is happening in Washington is generating an enormous amount of political uncertainty. The word “impeachment” has even been bandied […]

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Apr
10

Tax Considerations for Grieving Women

posted on April 10th 2017 in Austin CFP Team Posts with 0 Comments

This is an excerpt from Chapter 4 of Certified Financial Planner™ Scott O’Brien’s brand new e-book Surviving to Thriving: A Financial Resource for Divorcées and Widows. This e-book brings you in depth information from 7 experts across industries to help women manage the financial and personal elements of life’s major transitions. Download your complimentary copy […]

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Dec
01

Investing For Trusts

posted on December 1st 2014 in Your Financial Advisor with 0 Comments

Investing For Trusts

As part of your overall estate plan, you and your advisor may explore the possibility of using a Trust to accomplish your goals and objectives.  Because of the complexity of these financial instruments, it is critical to have a well versed team of professionals in place to guide you through the process. Investing for Trusts […]

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