As your teen prepares for college and beyond, it’s important that you discuss realistic life expectations together. At this juncture of their lives, some of the most influential factors on their career and future lifestyle relate to the choices your teen makes regarding study. From the grades they achieve, to what they study and where, SageVest Wealth Management’s sister site, SageVest Kids, highlights 6 key choices that’ll impact your teen’s future income, alongside statistics to support and guide these important decisions.Read More
It seems like one minute you’re proudly holding your new grandchild in your arms, and the next they’re heading off to college. As the College Board’s annual report, ‘Trends In College Pricing’ highlights, that college experience comes with a high price tag nowadays. If supporting your grandchild’s academic success is important to you, here are 6 ways you can help with your grandkid’s college costs.Read More
Helping your kids develop good money habits lays the foundation for lifelong success. To help parents teach kids, tweens, and teens about money, SageVest Wealth Management established the SageVest Kids website in 2017. Now, a survey from Charles Schwab has reinforced the importance of financial literacy for the next generation. We highlight some of the results from the recent survey, alongside tips to help your kids develop good money habits.Read More
Reviewing your finances regularly helps to ensure that all your money decisions remain aligned, both with each other and with your broader life and wealth goals. If you have finance-related questions, SageVest Wealth Management is a valuable resource. Our menu of services is extensive and we can help with a wide range of wealth considerations for you and your loved ones.Read More
Helping your kids learn wise money management skills is key to their future success. Financial technology (‘fintech’) apps can help tech-savvy teens and young adults become money-savvy too. From apps that track their saving and spending habits, to apps that help your student source cheap text books or let your young adult share the cost of dinner with friends, SageVest Kids takes a look at some of the best financial apps for teens and young adults.Read More
A recent survey found that Americans overwhelmingly consider family as the biggest source of meaning and fulfilment in their lives . Today’s modern family is often a blended one, typically as a result of divorce, death, or relationships later in life. It’s wonderful to see families unite. However, when two families merge, so too must their value systems, traditions, parenting approaches, finances, and more. SageVest Wealth Management considers financial planning for blended families.Read More
SageVest Wealth Management is a top-ranked, fee-only financial advisory firm with a family focus. Our financial literacy site, SageVest Kids, offers parents a wealth of resources to teach kids about money, including financial activities by age.
As the holiday season approaches, if you’re looking for something more, consider giving your kids the gift of financial education and entertainment, with one of these fun financial board games for kids, tweens, and teens.Read More
SageVest Wealth Management is consistently ranked as a top wealth manager in the Washington, DC area. Our clients recognize the benefits of working with a financial advisor firm that blends customized investment management and comprehensive financial planning into a cohesive approach towards personal financial success. We’re pleased to announce that our commitment to our clients has again been recognized with a DC Top Wealth Manager award for 2018.Read More
Choosing the right college is an important decision for you and your teen to make together. The college you choose can influence your teen’s career and earnings. Without careful planning, it can also affect your own finances and future.
College visits can help when choosing the right college. They allow you and your teen to get a feel for the campus, ask questions of faculty, administrators, and students, and assess value, relative to costs and available finances. SageVest Wealth Management’s financial literacy site, SageVest Kids, offers some questions for college visits to help when choosing the right college.Read More
Every student should submit a Free Application For Student Aid (FAFSA). Family wealth is only one factor used to determine eligibility for Federal student aid via the FAFSA program. Furthermore, eligibility for state and institutional aid is also typically based on your teen’s FAFSA information. This means that even if your family’s well-off, your student should still submit a FAFSA. Our sister site, SageVest Kids, provides an overview of the FAFSA program.Read More