Have you questioned whether you can take on managing your finances yourself? Do you only have a 401K and allow the company assigned by your employer to manage the account? If you have an advisor already, is he or she the right partner for you? If you’re unsure if you need additional financial assistance, keep reading!
If you’re unsure if your financial advisor is a best fit for your needs ask him or her the questions below. Follow our guide to what their answers should be and if the responses are not lining up or you’re unsure of their responses feel free to sit down with an investment professional at Kroon & Mitchell for a free review.
1. Make sure to contribute, at minimum, up to the level of your company’s match. When a company offers a match, it offers potential for “free money” which is not available through any other avenue. If you are a married couple, look at both individuals’ retirement plans to make sure the match is being utilized. …
Hello! I’m Nick Farr and I’m thrilled to join the Kroon & Mitchell team. It’s been a great first month getting to know our firm’s clients, processes and culture. I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself on our blog and share a little bit about my background and what I hope to bring to the firm.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, went into effect at the start of 2018, and while you may be aware of many significant changes, have you thought about its impact to your charitable giving schedule?
Kroon and Mitchell dive into charitable giving in light of the new regulations, providing you, your friends, and family members with a way to continue your charitable contributions well into 2018 and beyond.
Unfortunately, investment missteps are the kind that can come back to haunt you in the future, especially when it comes to retirement planning. In this article we look at how much you should set aside for retirement and how much should go into the right kind of long-term investments. Learn about the long-term benefits.