By J. Clifford Dixon | March 20, 2018
Deferred compensation is an often-overlooked way of sheltering income from taxes. It’s not right for everyone, but it has one big advantage: There is no limit to how much income can be deferred.
By Cara Drew | January 23, 2018
Snow days can bring a welcome respite from the rush and bustle of everyday life. Suddenly housebound with nowhere to go and nothing to do, it can be a rare chance to just sit quietly watching the snow fall, or maybe to tackle some household projects you’ve been putting off. Here’s an idea that can combine deep thought with something you might have long neglected: Take some time to get your financial life in order. Here are a few financial things to think about if you find yourself with a snow day.
By Ryan Manion | May 23, 2017
The idea of character education is something that’s desperately needed in our society, and the idea also resonates with the veterans. One of the biggest challenges facing many veterans is losing that sense of feeling connected to something bigger than themselves. Many of the veterans in Travis Manion Foundation programs have found that working with kids and teaching them about what it means to be a leader is an avenue to regain that connection.
By Penn Mutual | August 11, 2015
Medical professionals have unique financial needs, and financial professionals looking to work in this market must first understand these differences if they are to be successful.