Washingtonian Top Fee-Only Financial Planner In The DC Area (Dec 21, 2017)

2017 marks 10 years since Jennifer Myers first founded SageVest Wealth Management as an independent, fee-only financial planner in the Washington, DC area. Throughout the last decade, our firm has remained committed to delivering excellence in investment and financial planning services to individuals, families, and business owners throughout Virginia, Maryland, and the wider DC Metropolitan region.

We’re always honored to receive recognition for the exceptional level and breadth of knowledge, experience, and service that we render for our clients.

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The Post-9/11 GI Bill (Nov 8, 2017)

The original GI Bill of 1944 helped WWII Veterans return to civilian life, providing a range of benefits, including academic and vocational funding. It was so successful that similar measures were adopted for subsequent Veterans. The most recent of these is the Post-9/11 GI Bill, which includes up to 36 months of educational benefits to eligible service personnel and, uniquely, to your dependents – if you plan ahead.

As part of SageVest Wealth Management’s commitment to America’s military families, we consider current provisions of the Post-9/11 GI Bill, plus recent legislative updates, as they relate to your broader wealth planning.

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Top Wealth Manager Award For SageVest’s Jennifer Myers (Oct 23, 2017)

At SageVest Wealth Management, we offer a highly personalized approach to wealth management, one where our focus is always on you. We get to know you and your family, and as a fee-only fiduciary, always place your best interests first. Furthermore, as a woman-owned investment management firm, we’re particularly attuned to the complexities of financial planning for women, families, and multiple generations.

We’re delighted that our dedication to exceptional personalized planning and investment advice has again been formally recognized.

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What It Takes To Become A Successful Business Owner Or Consultant (Oct 12, 2017)

The allure of becoming your own boss, calling the shots, and growing your potential earnings as a business owner or consultant is a common dream. Starting and running your own business is a bold step that can equate to greatness in your financial and professional future – but it’s not without risks. There’s a lot to consider before taking the plunge. While every industry is different, there are several key elements to achieving success as a business owner or consultant.

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A Quick Review Financial Planning Checklist (Oct 2, 2017)

October is Financial Planning month, making now a great time to think about your financial preparedness and well-being. Money isn’t everything in life, but it certainly helps to achieve security and to open opportunities for you and your family.

Personal finance can be complex, especially as your wealth grows. Each of your decisions must support the next, and align with your life goals. The following financial planning checklist will help you identify which financial topics you’ve got covered, and areas where we can help you to achieve your wealth and life objectives.

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Jennifer Myers – A NoVA Top Financial Professional (Aug 28, 2017)

As our clients know, SageVest Wealth Management takes pride in connecting you with your wealth in impactful and meaningful ways. Our team of advisors provides personalized, comprehensive financial advisory and investment management services to individuals, families, and business owners across Northern Virginia, Maryland, and the Greater Washington, DC area.

It’s fitting, therefore, that Jennifer Myers was again recognized this year as a Top Financial Professional in the Northern Virginia area.

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What To Consider Before You Retire Part-Time (Jul 19, 2017)

The word ‘retirement’ often has the connotation of an immediate and complete transition out of the workforce and into an uninterrupted life of leisure. However, for many individuals, full-time retirement might seem too abrupt, particularly if your work represents a significant part of your identity and is fundamental to your financial well-being. If this rings true for you, you might consider transitioning into retirement. Working part-time as you approach retirement can help to reduce stress and free up personal resources, while offering professional and financial perks.

As with all major life, work and financial decisions, there are a number of important factors to evaluate. SageVest Wealth Management’s ‘top of the list’ questions to ask include the following recommendations.

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SageVest Wealth Management – 10 Years As A Fee Only Financial Advisor (May 15, 2017)

Jennifer Myers, CFP ® established SageVest Wealth Management in May 2007, to provide high quality, customized, and comprehensive investment management and financial planning services to individuals, families, and business owners in the Washington, DC area and beyond.

A decade later, and with twenty years of experience, Jennifer’s the recipient of multiple top advisor awards, including Washingtonian Top Financial Advisor, and SageVest Wealth Management is celebrating our tenth anniversary! This seems an ideal time to thank our clients, and to offer a quick reminder of our services, our fields of expertise, and the core principles that guide us in pursuit of your financial and life goals.

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Graduation Gifts For Financial Success (May 3, 2017)

Congratulations if your child, grandchild, or other family member is about to graduate from college! Attaining a degree is an accomplishment worthy of celebration. It’s also a time for your grad to transition into independence, learning financial and life responsibilities to achieve future success.

If you’re searching for a meaningful graduation gift to encourage lifelong wealth, SageVest Wealth Management advisors offer ten of our favorite financial gifts for college graduates.

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Why Your Company Insurance Isn’t Enough (Apr 27, 2017)

Most employers offer group life and disability insurance coverage. While this is an important benefit for employees, it doesn’t mean that you’re adequately covered. In fact, if that’s all the coverage you have, you could be woefully under-insured.

It’s always best to evaluate insurance coverage earlier in life rather than later, as rates and terms are tied to your health and age. Here are some basic tips on evaluating your coverage and what to consider when purchasing additional insurance.

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