If you’re like most people, you understand that a variety of Roth IRA and Roth 401(k) options exist and that they offer tax advantages. However, you might not understand which option is best for you, or if new lower tax rates make a Roth IRA worthy of consideration. To help you determine if a Roth makes sense as part of your wealth planning, SageVest Wealth Management provides an overview of Roth IRA and Roth 401(k) options.Read More
Most people think of retirement as a period where you live comfortably, with the time, money, and other resources available to enjoy a fulfilling lifestyle. To achieve these retirement goals, you need to plan ahead financially. That includes contributing regularly to a retirement savings plan. Once you reach age 50, you can make additional ‘catch-up’ contributions to help your retirement nest egg grow faster. SageVest Wealth Management outlines retirement catch-up contributions.Read More
SageVest Wealth Management takes a highly personalized, proactive approach towards your finances. We seamlessly integrate all aspects of your wealth management into a coordinated, comprehensive financial plan that supports your personal and life goals. We’re delighted that this true wealth management approach has been recognized with a new top financial advisor award. For 2019, SageVest Wealth Management is ranked as one of the best financial advisors in the Tri-State (DC, MD, and VA) area.Read More
SageVest Wealth Management proudly serves as your fiduciary financial advisor, always placing your best interests first. Your wealth wellbeing is paramount to what we do, at all times and at every life stage.
Recent analysis by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) Office for Older Americans highlighted the increasing prevalence of elder financial exploitation. To help safeguard yourself and loved ones from this serious issue, we consider some facts from the report about elder financial exploitation.Read More
The Class of 2019 is the final graduating class of the best-educated generation in American history: Millennials. Whether you’re a recent graduate or now established in a career, we recommend that you maintain your focus on education – financial education, that is. Now’s the time to sit down and consider how to prepare financially for the opportunities, challenges, and changes that your lifetime may encompass. Following are a number of future financial changes you should plan for.Read More
Retirement marks the climax of your career and the beginning of a new life episode. Whatever your age, it should be a focal point of your financial planning. Making prudent wealth decisions over time helps to establish a solid foundation for your retirement. However, once the countdown to retirement begins, some 5-10 years out from your intended retirement date, it’s time to stop, take stock, and confirm that you’re financially and emotionally ready for your future. Here’s what you need to consider financially during the countdown to retirement.Read More
Without a doubt, the most common question SageVest Wealth Management advisors hear is “How much do I need to retire?”
In reality, there’s no universal answer. Retirement dreams are different for everyone, and they change as life constantly evolves. However, there is a universal objective to be financially comfortable. The amount of income you need today can offer insights into what you’ll need to replicate tomorrow. If you haven’t already explored retirement planning, we offer a quick and easy chart as an initial gauge of your preparedness.Read More
Everyone’s vison of an ideal retirement differs in the details, but common goals include a comfortable standard of living, good health, and meaningful experiences with family and friends, travel, and more. SageVest Wealth Management is proud to launch our Retirement Resources Center, a one-stop shop in support of your retirement objectives – whatever they may be! Whether you’re just starting to save, nearing retirement, or already a retiree, our Retirement Resources Center provides a wealth of information.Read More
If you shake your head and laugh at the thought of living to 100 or older, it’s time to reconsider how long you’ll live in retirement. According to the Social Security Administration, almost a quarter of all 65-year old Americans will go on to live beyond 90, and 10% will live beyond 95 .
People are living longer – and that costs money. If you don’t plan ahead financially, living longer may also mean living leaner. Here’s what to think about when considering how long you’ll live in retirement.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