Kids Leaving Home? How New Empty Nesters Can Save, Invest
Whether your kids are off to college or to kindergarten, becoming an empty nester could free up a big chunk of money for parents. Lisa Brown, Brightworth wealth advisor and partner, shares valuable tips on Kiplinger.com.
11 Smart Moves to Make Your Money Last in Retirement
The most telling years of your retirement are the five before you leave the 9-to-5 world, and the five after. Kiplinger.com asked credentialed financial advisers and attorneys, including Brightworth’s Lisa Brown, for their thoughts on ways to make your money last in retirement.
When you find out you’re going to have a baby there are so many things to do. But many parents-to-be don’t properly weigh the financial impact of a new child. Tom Presley, wealth adviser at Brightworth, shares five smart financial moves for new parents.
The April 18 tax-filing deadline is looming, and many high earners are seeking to save more money and cut their taxes. At CNBC.com, Brightworth’s Mike DeWitt shares a strategy that may save significant taxes in retirement.
The stock market began the year on a strong note, picking up where it left off last year. As the quarter drew to a close, investor sentiment cooled momentarily when the Trump administration failed to pass its first big policy item, the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act.
Managing Partner Ray Padron was featured on 11Alive's Executive Profiles segment with the Atlanta Business Chronicle's editor, David Rubinger. You can view the clip at the link below, which not only tells Ray's personal story, but also looks at the history of the financial advisory industry, and some of the challenges individuals may face in managing their assets.
With stocks at record highs, invest year-end bonus wisely. Many professionals and business executives are in the midst of receiving their 2016 performance bonuses, and plenty will receive hefty six-figure checks. But as they search for the best way to prudently invest this money, many are wary of plunking down such a large amount in a stock market at all-time highs.