Help Small Biz Owners Gain an Edge With Company-Sponsored Retirement Plan

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Help Small Biz Owners Gain an Edge With Company-Sponsored Retirement Plan

“For some successful small business owners, retirement planning is simple (or so they believe): When they decide to stop working, they’ll merely sell their businesses to the highest bidders, experience huge economic windfalls and everything else will take care of itself. In their minds, the value of their business means they don’t need to plan financially like everyone else.”

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Got Dental Student Loan Debt? Some Tricks to Help You Tackle It

As young people continue to amass piles of educational debt, which have the potential to haunt them for decades, student loans have emerged as a big issue during the campaign season.

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Think Personal Disability Insurance Isn’t Important for Dentists? Think Again

No one wants to think about becoming disabled. But think outside yourself. What happens to your family in the event you become disabled and unable to perform your job as a dental professional? Simply put, it’s a good idea to plan. Buy disability insurance.

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Top Insurance Strategies For Small Business Owner Clients

As financial advisors, we’ve all encountered small business owner clients who are living the American dream: After years of saving and strategizing, all while working very long hours, their small business is finally starting to take off, and the entrepreneur now serves as the primary or sole breadwinner in his or her household.

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Four Ways Financial Advisers Should Help Retirement Plan Sponsor Clients Avoid a Dol Audit

Most financial advisers who support the personal planning needs of independent business owners of small- to mid-sized companies are invariably called upon to also help with business advice needs.

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Forget The IRS: Why A Department Of Labor Audit Is The New Boogeyman For Small Businesses

For business owners, few things are more terrifying than a potential IRS tax audit.

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Four Ways to Prep for Retirement in Mass.

A decade ago, a retiree or pre-retiree living in our state could plow a significant portion of their investible assets into a municipal bond or some other kind of fixed-income vehicle and reasonably expect to earn 4- to 5-percent returns year after year.

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Investment Experts On Debt Ceiling: Don’t Panic

With much of the U.S. media focused on the showdown in Washington over the debt ceiling, Central Massachusetts financial advisors are getting their share of calls from concerned investors. Their message: Don’t get too worried.

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Clients Come Out of Their Shells

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