Wealth Management


By Lee Sherbakoff, CPA/PFS, CFP®, RICP® Days of golfing, checking travel destinations off your bucket list, spending more time with the kids and grandkids, investing in a hobby…are these your retirement dreams? Most of us have at least a general idea of what we want retirement to look like, but before you get caught up in your plans, complete these 10 things within 10 years of retirement to help you finish your working years stronger...

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“Prediction is very difficult, especially if it’s about the future.” — Niels Bohr, Danish physicist, 1922 Nobel Prize in Physics Our job is to help our clients make good long-term decisions with respect to their portfolio allocation, investments, and most cherished financial goals and objectives. Although past performance never guarantees future success, to the extent we have any facts, they come from the past. The future...

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By Kim Spencer, CFP®, CDFA® When the unexpected happens, chaos can result. And right now, chaos and change seem to be a part of daily life for all of us due to the ever-evolving coronavirus pandemic. More than ever, preparation and having a plan of action in place is necessary for you to do what’s best for you and your family in the midst of this or any other crisis. And when I say to plan and prepare, I’m talking specifically about a...

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“The world is ruled by letting things take their course.” – Lau-Tzu, ancient Chinese philosopher and writer “This time it’s different,” someone once said while panicking out of the market in a time of crisis. At some level, investors know markets go up and markets draw down, just as the economy expands and the economy contracts. However, when people let their fear and uncertainty overwhelm them as they watch, in near real...

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Your Financial Plan and COVID-19 From Lee Sherbakoff, The Nalls Sherbakoff Group, LLC. Dear friends, We all vividly recall the global financial crisis of 2008. The economy was quickly contracting, several financial institutions required bailouts, layoffs abounded, and the stock market plunged.  But we weren’t grappling with fear tied to a health crisis then. We could go to a movie, eat at a restaurant, travel, or enjoy...

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With the way things have been going lately, volatile sounds like a massive understatement to describe our current situation. When you’re barraged daily with alarming headlines, it’s normal to start asking questions like, “Am I going to be all right?” and “How will this affect me?” And more often than not, our questions turn to financial matters: “Will my portfolio recover?” and “Will I lose income?” While these events are not to be...

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