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22% of US population has a disability, 1 out of 5. And that means approximately 20% of people have some sort of disability. Estate planning is crucial for those who are disabled and receiving governmental benefits. If a disabled child receives an inheritance, gift, lawsuit award or settlement, child support, alimony or a gift, this may disqualify the child from receiving governmental benefits. With the appropriate planning, a disabled child can safely receive an inheritance, for example, while preserving these governmental benefits.
With new highs grabbing stock market headlines so frequently, you may be wondering if now is a good time to get into the stock market. On the other hand, while you may be invested in the market, maybe you are thinking now is a good time to sell your investments. While no one has a crystal ball and there isn’t one right answer to these questions, during this educational webinar, we will go over stock market history and volatility and what it means for your future investing goals.
If you are approaching age 65, you will have some choices regarding your health insurance and Medicare eligibility. Or if you are still working and are past the age of 65, you may be wondering how to start planning for your medical insurance needs.
Taxes on your investments and income play a big role in how much of that you get to keep. Come join us as we will go over the ins and outs of how various investments are taxed and what you can do to reduce your taxes.
During this educational event, we will cover:
As we approach the end of the year, Summit Financial Advisors would like to provide the gift of education for our younger generation. While we usually focus on education for our pre-retirees, we realize the importance of setting up the younger generations for success! Because of the current environment during Covid, you may not be able to spend the holidays with your children or grandchildren in person, so please consider forwarding this valuable workshop to them.
Planning for your retirement can be both exiting and daunting! Thinking about how you will spend your free time may inspire you however you may also be concerned about having enough money or running out of money to soon. An often overlooked piece of the retirement puzzle is how a surviving spouse or partner may be affected if you pass away before them during retirement. Without a plan in place for a widowed partner, they could be at risk of a lower standard of living, running out of money to soon, or not being able to cover unexpected medical expenses. But did you know there are simple planning strategies you can take to make sure they will be taken care of in the event you are not here?
If you are approaching age 65, you will have some choices regarding your health insurance and Medicare eligibility. With all the rules and options surrounding Medicare, you may be wondering how to get started and what are the best choices for you.
Summit Financial Advisors presents the October 2020 webinar all about Long Term Care and strategies to pay for it.
You have paid into social security during your entire working career and now you may be wondering the best time and method to start receiving income from this government program. Social security benefits have different eligibility rules and stipulations that can seem overwhelming. Your age, marital status, income, and employment can play in factor in how much income you get to take home. Without a proper social security income strategy in place, you could risk not taking full advantage of the income and benefits you are eligible for. During this educational event, we will cover: How to qualify for Social Security benefits When is the soonest you are eligible for social security benefits Methods to increase your social security benefit Spousal, survivor, and divorced spousal benefits Strategies to maximize your social security benefits