Even though high net worth Americans trust nonprofits more than three times as much as Congress to solve domestic and world problems, you should still exercise prudent care when selecting charities.READ MORE
A few years ago my husband and I decided that we needed help putting our financial future on track, in spite of a PhD (his) and an MBA (mine). I studied the many flavors of financial advisors and concluded that a fee-only advisor with a Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®) designation would be the only way to go. Why?READ MORE
Social Security is changing in 2016. Congress is limiting and ultimately phasing out some existing claiming strategies for married couples. These changes, which allowed you maximize benefits, will take effect less than 5 months from now. READ MORE
Colorado Gives Day is on December 8th this year and we work closely with a number of local nonprofits as an investment advisor, as board members, and as volunteers. Our clients also ask us about charitable giving every year as the holidays approach. It’s only natural to launch a series of posts over the coming weeks to cover key topics for individual philanthropy. There is a treasure trove of information available online these days, but we hope this series serves as a useful starting point.
Are you trying to determine when or if you can retire? Instead of plugging your data in to a one-size-fits-all online retirement calculator, wouldn’t you like to have a personalized retirement plan created just for you? Colorado Financial Management can create a customized retirement plan that fits your specific needs and your current situation.
To see if Colorado Financial Management can create a tailored comprehensive financial plan for you, please click here, then enter your information and submit it to us. Our advisors will review the information you submit to see if we can help you build a road-map to retirement success.READ MORE
Individual 401(k) plans are also known as a One-Participant 401(k), Solo 401(k), Spousal 401(k), Small Business 401(k), Solo-k, Self-Employed 401(k), or Uni-k. An individual who is self-employed has the ability to open a 401(k) plan along with a spouse who works for the business. This plan is only available for one person companies along with their spouse. If you have more employees than yourself or yourself plus your spouse, this plan is not for you.READ MORE