Download: Social Security, A Quick & Easy Planning Guide

As with any effort to create something for everyone, Social Security can be mind-numbingly opaque and difficult to understand. In trying to create something for everyone, complexity is part of the game. This guide is not intended to provide the “one” best answer, because when to start is a unique decision for everyone based on your personal situation. This guide will provide a road map of questions and considerations to weigh in forming your own decision.

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Articles About Social Security

Selling Used Cars

September 23rd, 2022|0 Comments

By: Phil Kernen In 2021, the U.S. recorded 40.6 million used car sales, more than 70% of total vehicle sales and leases. Many used car sales still occur on the corner lot or between [...]

The Future Of ESG

September 16th, 2022|0 Comments

By: Phil Kernen Making investment decisions based on a company's environmental, social, or governing (ESG) policies and associated risks can make sense in theory. However, doing so is a relatively new practice and full [...]

Managing Capital Gains Taxes

September 9th, 2022|0 Comments

Taxes. We all pay them, no matter where we fall on the spectrum of income or political views. The IRS levies many taxes such as sales or income taxes, the timing over which we [...]

Inflation Hedging

August 26th, 2022|0 Comments

By: Phil Kernen What should investors do when inflation comes to stay? The loss of purchasing power following a general price increase will upset the spending plans of any portfolio. Following are several commonly [...]

Wind Power – Where Can It Go?

August 12th, 2022|0 Comments

Governmental policy and customer demand are moving inexorably towards greater use of alternative energy; wind power is at the center. The Reduce Inflation Act of 2022, passed by the Senate and awaiting a vote [...]

Semiconductors – What To Know

August 5th, 2022|0 Comments

By: Phil Kernen The supply chain bottlenecks experienced over the last two years originated with component shortages, the blame for which stemmed from insufficient semiconductors or chips. The lack of chips has denied car [...]