H&D Blog

When Refusing to Give Costs You

There is one thing we can all give away without losing a thing. In fact, the more we refuse to give this thing, the more we lose it for ourselves—love.

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Preparing for What’s Next

Pain is a part of life. It’s not usually indicative of a fun experience, but pain does typically inspire some needed change.

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Retirement, Taxes, and a Changing World

There are three circumstances that affect how your family fares in the future...

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Art, Science, and Finance

We need both art and science in our society. Without art, we have no vision for beauty, joy, or possibilities. But without science, we have no concrete steps to realize our visions or solve problems.

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Boxes of Dreams

Do you dream of traveling the world or spending your days on a farm, tucked away from the noise of the city? What about when you were a child—did you dream of becoming an astronaut or diving in the ocean or writing a book?

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A Changing World and a Change of Plans

It seems like we’re in “unprecedented times.” That’s what everyone keeps saying, anyway. The coronavirus has kept people isolated; it has cost people their jobs; it has forced millions of students into homeschooling they weren’t prepared for.

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6 Things You Want from Your Financial Planning

As financial advisors, we study market trends, tax laws, and the economy as a whole, and these all help us better prepare you for a solid future. We know how to guide you in the right direction to protect you from risk, build wealth for the future, and prepare for the unexpected.

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Be Wiser than Your Brain

Our brains trigger us to action in different circumstances—we might work to eliminate a problem, take advantage of an opportunity, or to achieve a goal. Even then, we can’t always control the outcome.

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Tax Rates and Your Retirement

We can’t see the future, but using some basic math and historical oversight, we can predict it fairly well, especially when it comes to taxes. Have you thought about your retirement tax strategy? Have you stopped to consider how social security benefits have changed since the system was created in 1935?

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