Securing a Health Care Plan in retirement can be a challenge if you retire before age 65 and are Medicare eligible. If you are under 65, there are typically two options available. First, you can continue on your employer’s health insurance (assuming you had an employer who offered health care) for up to 18 months.…Details
2016 began with a thud and ended with a bang. After one of the worst-ever starts to a year, U.S. stocks managed to rebound and ultimately finish the year with solid gains. Much of the rise came in the final few weeks of the year, following the surprising results of the U.S. presidential election. Indeed,…Details
Now that we’ve started the new year, this is a great time to take a fresh look at your financial picture and update things that may be stale or outdated. To help you do that, here are eight ways to improve your financial health in 2017.
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Pinnacle’s Chief Investment Officer Rick Vollaro looks at the market in the month since the election and explains how we’re positioning our portfolios in response.
Do the terms “upward sloping equity glide paths” and “bond tents” seem unfamiliar to you? They are terms that financial planning researchers are using to describe investment strategies designed to mitigate “sequence risk,” the risk that your portfolio returns will occur in the wrong order, thereby negatively impacting the amount of income your retirement account…Details
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…Details
The election result came as a surprise to many and caused some uncertainty in the markets overnight. Many investors are wondering how all of this impacts their portfolios and if they should be making any changes.
The main reason people renounce their U.S. citizenship is to take advantage of lower tax burdens abroad, but the growing unease with U.S. politics might also be contributing to a record number of Americans who are renouncing their citizenship and surrendering their passports. While we don’t recommend this to our clients, we have received questions…Details
The third quarter was a fairly placid one for investors, though there was major diversity in return profiles depending on what asset class, sector, or country one was invested in. In the U.S., the leading sector was clearly technology stocks, while elsewhere, Japan, Emerging Markets, and European stocks also had positive returns for the quarter.…Details