5 Resolutions You Should Make for 2019 to Grow your Business

As we wrap up 2018 and launch into 2019, now is the perfect time to start thinking about how to strategically grow your financial planning practice. Here are five resolutions you should make for 2019 to help your business grow.  

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Posted in Free Download, Marketing Strategies, FinTech, Financial Planning, Advisor, Grow your business, FinancialPlannng, niche, financial advisor

A closer look at the new Tax Clarity updates: pass-through deduction

Posted on June 07, 2018

At the beginning of April, Covisum rolled out four new features to the Tax Clarity® software. The new pass-through deduction feature is particularly important for advisors with certain clients who own small businesses. The update allows advisors to demonstrate the impact of the deduction for pass-through income and the phase-out of the deduction under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

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Posted in Blog, In The News, Tax, Tax Clarity, Tax Reform, Taxes, Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, FinancialPlannng

3 questions that make creating a retirement investment strategy easier

Posted on May 21, 2018

Crafting a retirement investment strategy can be a daunting task for many people, even when they have a great financial advisor. The best way to help your clients get started is to remind them to slow down and answer three questions.

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Posted in Industry Advice, Retirement, Retirement Age, Risk, portfolio risk, FinancialPlannng

Nationwide survey suggests many Americans have a poor understanding of Social Security

Posted on May 09, 2018

Results from a recent Harris Poll from the Nationwide Retirement Institute® suggest many Americans nearing retirement age lack sufficient understanding of their Social Security benefits.

InvestmentNews summarized the survey results.

Some of the key findings:

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Posted in Social Security, Social Security Benefits, Retirement Planning, FinancialPlannng

Setting proper downside risk expectations during market volatility 

This just in from FinancialPlanning:

The Dow finished the day down by 1,032.95 points, or 4.15% at 23,849.23 — down 2,767 points, or 10.4%. A drop of 10% from its high of 26,616 on Jan. 26 is considered a correction. The S&P 500 tumbled 2.96%, erasing its gains for the year. Ten-year Treasury yields flirted with four-year highs. 

And on Wednesday, Suleman Din wrote an article for FinancialPlanning titled, "Can another digital demand crush be avoided?" Some of the industry's most well-known

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Posted in In The News, Risk, SmartRisk, portfolio risk, Joe Elsasser, Downside Risk, Market Volatility, FinancialPlannng