Jennifer Myers Recognized As A Five Star Wealth Manager (Dec 11, 2019)

At SageVest Wealth Management, the financial success of our clients is our number one priority. Our repeatedly recognized investment management and financial planning services are personalized to reflect your specific needs, as an individual, a family, or business owner. We place great importance on establishing a relationship with you, our client, always placing your best interests at the forefront of our recommendations.

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Best Financial Advisor Award – SageVest Wealth Management (Jun 14, 2019)

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.

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Countdown To Retirement (Apr 24, 2019)

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.

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Why Everyone Needs A Trusted Contact (Mar 6, 2019)

Many of us are experiencing life for longer. It’s increasingly common to live 20-30 years in retirement. More of us are also experiencing a single lifestyle, either as a deliberate life choice, or as a result of divorce, widowhood, or simply relocating away from family and friends. In response to these population changes and other factors, Charles Schwab recently implemented a trusted contact option. This is an important part of your financial plan, and SageVest Wealth Management has now also adopted this approach. Below, we discuss what a trusted contact is, and why everyone needs a trusted contact. 

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SageVest Wealth Management Launches Retirement Resources Center (Feb 26, 2019)

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.

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How Long You’ll Live In Retirement (Feb 14, 2019)

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 [1].

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.

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SageVest Wealth Management Menu Of Services (Jan 15, 2019)

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. 

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Age 66 – Full Retirement Age For Social Security (Jan 3, 2019)

You can claim Social Security retirement benefits as early as age 62. Many Americans do so, especially women [1]. However, claiming early means that your monthly benefit checks and, potentially, your overall lifetime payout amount, will be lower than if you wait until full retirement age for Social Security. Full Retirement Age is the age at which you become eligible to receive non-reduced benefits and, if you’re still working, are no longer subject to the earnings limit. In short, Full Retirement Age means full Social Security. 

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