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Nearly 80 million Americans will become eligible for Social Security over the next two decades. This represents an enormous financial planning opportunity. Below are resources for members looking to build their practice by offering financial planning services.
Deep Dive with Laurie Siebert explores how the new tax law will effect personal financial planning.
Reform's Effect on Tax Planning
The CPA's Role in Long-Term-Care Planning
Long-term care is a subject many would rather not think about, but not doing so could be costly. Phil Sirolli, CPA, a wealth transfer adviser with Valley Forge Financial Group, clarifies some common misconceptions about long-term-care planning, outlines insurance options, and explains why CPAs need to have this conversation with clients.
CPAs Can Help Clients, Public Save for Retirement
Most workers with access to a retirement benefit today must contribute to their plan as opposed to relying on a pension. We’re in the “save for yourself” era. Jacquelyn M. Basso, CPA, CFP, of J.M. Basso & Associates in Downingtown, Pa., believes that employees just aren’t saving enough to live comfortably in retirement.
Exploring The Laws of Wealth with Author Daniel Crosby
Mike Briglia, CPA, CFP, interviews Dr. Daniel Crosby on his latest book, The Laws of Wealth: Psychology and the Secret to Investing Success. They explore the behavioral factors that determine the success or failure of investors and the value of robo-investing platforms.
Advising Clients on Preretirement Health Care and Medicare Decisions
Kyle Stuckey, CPA, PFS, CFP, provides tips to personal financial planners on advising clients on these matters.
When Are Roth Conversions Right for Clients?
Tami Noll Russo, CPA, explores when this strategy is best.
Exploring the Psychology of Money and Wellness
Maggie Baker, PhD, discusses how emotions confuse our money choices and what to do about it.