Pinnacle’s Deb Kriebel Named A “Woman To Watch”

Deb Kriebel honored by Investment News

Investment News has just named Pinnacle Wealth Manager and Partner Deb Kriebel to its 2016 Women to Watch list. The list is comprised of…

…female financial advisers and industry executives who are distinguished leaders at their firms. These women have advanced the business of providing advice through their leadership, passion, creativity and willingness to help other women along the way.

We’re very proud of Deb and pleased that others recognize her hard work on behalf of her clients and for women throughout the financial industry.

You can read more about the recognition here.

Financial Planning for Baby Boomers

You were born between the years 1946 and 1964 — part of the explosion of births that resulted from World War II vets returning home and starting families. You’re often associated with the hippies of the 60’s and TV generation of the 70’s. You grew up with American Bandstand, Bewitched, Bonanza, Gilligan’s Island, and Lassie, and went to the big screen to see The Sound of Music and Gone With the Wind. You experienced the elation of our first steps on the moon, and the tragedy of the untimely deaths of John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and Dr. Martin Luther King.

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Planning for the Fiscal Cliff: Advice from the Wealth Managers

The 2012 election is over, and Americans find themselves in an unsure financial environment. The country is heading toward a “fiscal cliff” — a series of significant tax increases and automatic spending cuts that will be triggered at the end of the year. Congress and the President are negotiating a compromise solution to prevent that, but no one knows what it will involve, or if they’ll be successful at all.

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A New BMW or One Year of College?

Years ago a friend told me, “Paying for college is like buying a brand new BMW every year, but never getting to drive it.” Not only has it become one of my favorite quotes, but it motivated me to think about how I’d pay for my own children’s college educations. After some quick math, I realized that four years for both my daughter and son — with two years overlapping — would come to 8 BMW’s in six years. If my husband and I were going to be in a position to cover that, I knew we needed to start planning immediately.

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