Read our latest thoughts on Estate Planning, Trust Services and Mutual Funds.
Financial Advisors 12/4/2020
With the coronavirus pandemic canceling most major gatherings for 2020, this likely hindered your ability to obtain CFP CE credit – credit you usua... READ MORE
Client Retention 12/1/2020
Stock market volatility can be scary. This means that our job – as investment advisors – is to talk our clients off the ledge, to hold their hands ... READ MORE
In our final installment of the series, we will review the various trust types, discussing which trust is the best fit for achieving your client’s ... READ MORE
Financial Advisors 11/24/2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a massive national deficit, and the federal government could try to rectify some of this by altering estate t... READ MORE
Your client can fund trusts with either completed or incomplete gifts. How a trust gets funded can impact both the client and their heirs' future t... READ MORE
Financial Advisors 11/17/2020
Let’s assume for a moment I was able to time travel and you and I spoke on December 31, 2019 at 11:59 pm. READ MORE
In Part 4 of Simplifying Nevada Trusts, we break down some features and benefits – and give examples – of grantor and non-grantor trusts. READ MORE
Client Acquisition 11/9/2020
This post was authored by Paul C. Ragone. Paul C. Ragone is a Investment Advisor Representative of, and Security and Investment Advisory Services ... READ MORE
In part 3 of Dunham's Simplifying Nevada Trusts series, Jeffrey Dunham and Ann Rosevear pick apart these two concepts and describe in their own wor... READ MORE
Financial Advisors 11/3/2020
On October 27, 2020, the Ways and Means Committee introduced the Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2020. READ MORE
Everybody wants to pay minimum taxes, everybody wants the family to get along in terms of legacy planning. READ MORE
Financial Advisors 10/28/2020
On Monday, October 26, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2020 – 79 announcing income range increases in 2021 for determining eligibi... READ MORE
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