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Victoria A. Hemiup

Oct 22, 2019

Money Management: Gifting – wrap it or write it

I remember the days when a trip to the Dollar Store and a budget of $50 was all it took to make our small children shout out in delight when they woke up Christmas morning. As they got older, the presents became smaller and the price tags were larger. Eventually, they had lives and children […]

Apr 16, 2019

Money Management: Annual beneficiary review

After your loved one passes is not the time to find out that the beneficiaries listed on their IRA account are not correct. Checking the beneficiaries on your IRA, 401(k) and insurance policies is something that is frequently overlooked. Once the account owner dies, the beneficiaries cannot be changed — regardless of what your will […]

Nov 13, 2018

Money Management: When to speak to your adult children about your finances — the time is now

The percentage of people that like to discuss their personal finances with a family member is surprisingly small. However, it is important for your adult children to be aware of your finances so that they can respect your wishes upon your death. The passing of a parent is a very emotional time, and trying to […]

Jan 23, 2018

Money Management: What lies ahead for 2018?

As we begin a new year, there is always speculation on what the year will bring. Some pundits have proclaimed that it is time for the second-longest bull market in history to come to an end, albeit with a correction (defined as a reverse movement usually downward and exceeding 10%). Worse yet would be a […]

Oct 10, 2017

Money Management: Road to retirement

“Sadly, retirement planning, in many circumstances, has become nothing more than planned procrastination.” — Richie Norton, “The Power of Starting Something Stupid: How to Crush Fear, Make Dreams Happen, and Live without Regret” The above quote expresses a reality that many who want to retire are facing. Starting a career, raising a family and getting […]

Jun 20, 2017

Money Management: Early onset Alzheimer’s disease—plan ahead for what lies ahead

Per the Alzheimer’s Association, “up to 5% of the more that 5 million Americans with Alzheimer’s have younger-onset” Alzheimer’s. It is imperative for financial planning to be done soon after diagnosis. Decisions should be made while the person is able to understand the many facets of the financial planning process. The first step is to […]

Dec 20, 2016

Money Management: Welcome 2017 with a plan to get financially fit

The presents are opened and the champagne has been uncorked. We think we are ready for all the fresh starts and resolutions that the New Year brings. Then the mailman brings you a bunch of love letters from a guy named “bill.” Why not make some financial resolutions that are practical and that we can […]

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