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Category: Florida Retirement Planning

Personal Finances What is “Real” Financial Planning?

Posted on May 13, 2020 by Gregg Brant

Have you ever walked into a meeting and felt like you were being sold something? Unfortunately, this has happened to almost everybody. In the financial services industry, there are a lot of salespeople that call themselves financial planners. So, how do you know if you are meeting with a salesperson or a financial planner? This… READ MORE

Personal Finances Sometimes the Lazy Investor Wins the Race

Posted on April 21, 2020 by Gregg Brant

The most common misconception in the world of finance is that you must be highly intelligent and highly active to produce reasonable investment returns. But the reality is that often the most successful investors over time are the laziest. Do not get me wrong here, you cannot be so lazy that you neglect your personal… READ MORE

Personal Finances Stimulus Checks: What You Need to Know

Posted on April 16, 2020 by Gregg Brant

By now everybody has heard about the government stimulus checks that you could potentially be receiving, but there are still a lot of questions surrounding these checks. This article compiles some of the most common questions and answers for you to use as a guide to your potential check. Will I receive a stimulus check?… READ MORE

Personal Finances Diversify Your Investments: The Bucket Approach

Posted on April 2, 2020 by Gregg Brant

How much money should you have invested in stocks vs. bonds? What kind of stocks should you invest in? How much should be invested in what? There are many questions we ask ourselves when we pick investments for our retirement accounts. A simple way to look at it is what I like to call “The… READ MORE

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Personal Finances The “SECURE” Act: Maybe Not So SECURE?

Posted on February 3, 2020 by Gregg Brant

For decades, people have been falling behind with retirement savings. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2018, only 55% of the adult population was participating in a workplace retirement plan. A recent study from Vanguard published in 2019 show that the average person 65 years old or older has just $58,035 in… READ MORE