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A Tale of Two Investors

May 22nd, 2023|

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times. But this story isn’t about two cities. It is about two investors. Two brothers actually, we will call them Billy and Randy for this story. Ten years ago, their mother passed away. After ...

Focus on What’s Important

May 22nd, 2023|

met a couple a few years ago who were in their early 70s. For this story I will call them Jason and Carrie. As in many couples, one managed the finances, in this case, it was Jason who handled the finances during their marriage of ...

Annual Summer BBQ – 2022

April 13th, 2023|

ElderAdo Financial hosts an annual summer BBQ for clients, family, and friends to come out and enjoy an evening of fun, music, food, drinks, yard games, face painting, and more. This quick video highlights all of the fun we had at the 2022 BBQ. Thank ...

Making the Most of Your Social Security

April 13th, 2023|

On January 31, 1940, the first monthly Social Security check was issued to Ida May Fuller of Ludlow, Vermont. She received $22.54. Before passing away in 1975, she collected $22,888.92 in Social Security benefits. Interesting trivia aside, many younger folks have little faith that Social ...

How the Updated Retirement Laws May Affect You

January 24th, 2023|

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019, popularly known as the SECURE Act, was signed into law in late 2019. Now called SECURE Act 1.0, it included provisions that raised the requirement for mandatory distributions from retirement accounts and increased access ...

2022 Year in Review

January 24th, 2023|

2022 was a difficult year for many. We saw war in Europe, spiking energy prices, high inflation, a volatile stock market, a tense mid-term election, and interest rate hikes to name a few. The favorable economic circumstances we had in the 2010s (low-interest rates, low ...

Long Term Care and Your Options

November 14th, 2022|

Long-term care includes a whole host of services that you may require to meet various personal needs. And eventually, around 60% of us will need assistance with things many take for granted, according to the Administration for Community Living, a division of the U.S. Dept. of Health and ...

How to Protect Yourself Online

November 1st, 2022|

Cybersecurity is “the practice of protecting critical systems and sensitive information from digital attacks.” You may not be in the business of defending critical infrastructure from online threats. But fraud, identity theft, and online scams that target your finances pose significant challenges for everyone in today’s digital world. Armed with ...

Fall 2022 Economic and Market Update

October 14th, 2022|

What's the status of the TD Ameritrade/Charles Schwab merger?  What do the new IRS Agents mean for you?  What's happening in the global economy and how does that impact your investments?  What's going on with digital currencies?   Where are we now? What are we doing/monitoring in terms of your investments? ...

Should You Consider a Financial Caregiver?

July 28th, 2022|

Age and poor health can quickly impair a person’s ability to deal with life’s many issues, including money. There are many avenues you may decide to take for a loved one (or you may recognize that you desire some assistance yourself). Below we cover a ...

Bitcoin Basics Seminar Replay

May 31st, 2022|

What is Bitcoin? What is the blockchain? How can it be used? What risks does it pose? What should you know about investing in Bitcoin? Many of you have been asking to learn more about Bitcoin, so we put on a seminar ...

Fiduciary: Funny Word, but Vitally Important Criteria

April 14th, 2022|

Thankfully, many professionals including doctors and lawyers are held to certain standards within their industries that require them to put the interest of their clients first. Professionals that are legally obligated to put their client’s interest first are known as Fiduciaries. However, this standard is ...

Smart Ways to Invest Your Tax Refund

April 14th, 2022|

Do you have a rainy-day fund? Is if fully funded? You understand the importance of reserves. Whether it’s a home repair, auto repair, a layoff or unexpected bill, having cash set aside will ease the financial burden. We recommend three to six months of readily ...

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