MONEY MATTERS: Do I need a financial advisor?

In your financial planning, you might be wondering if you really need a financial advisor, particularly if you don’t have a lot of money saved or invested.

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Continued Coverage

  Tracking the latest round of stimulus checks

  MONEY MATTERS: Identifying the differences in a 401(k) and pension and which is right for you

  Money Matters: Taxation on Social Security

  Money Matters: IRAs and ROTH IRAs

  Money Matters: Paying off debt

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  Money Matters: Planning to pay for college

When should parents begin to plan for that high cost of college?

  MONEY MATTERS: Beware of investing in hot stocks

Josh Bradley says big investors will learn not to short sale as much and to have protections.

  MONEY MATTERS: Ways to spot financial fraud

What are the signs of financial fraud? What should you be on the lookout for? Bradley says sometimes financial fraud scams are easy to spot, but a lot of times they can be tough to identify.

  MONEY MATTERS: Do’s and Don’ts regarding retirement

Most people approaching retirement, or even in retirement, have financial concerns and a lot of questions.

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  Money Matters: Basics of Index Annuities

  Money Matters: Fixed Annuity may be good option in uncertain market

  MONEY MATTERS: Variable annuities, pros and cons

Bradley says one of the biggest benefits of an annuity is tax deferral.

  Money Matters: Annuities, the good and bad

One benefit is tax deferral because you can earn interest without paying taxes, similar to an IRA.

  MONEY MATTERS: The importance of estate planning

Josh Bradey of Capital City Financial Partners answers a few very important questions about estate planning.

  MONEY MATTERS: End-of-Year Giving and Tax Planning

Josh Bradley of Capital City Financial Partners offers advice on a few things to consider with your charitable giving and tax planning.

  Money Matters: How will the 2020 Presidential Election affect your finances?

The financial adviser says his clients were very concerned about potential policy changes in the future with a Biden/Harris administration.

MONEY MATTERS: What is the SECURE Act and how does it affect you?

The goal of the SECURE Act is to make saving for retirement easier and more accessible for more Americans.

  Money Matters: How important is planning for long term care?

In 2019, 47.8 million Americans over the age of 65 used long term care.

  MONEY MATTERS: Choosing a Medicare plan and how it impacts retirement

Medicare is a big expense that everyone should plan for says Josh Bradley of Capital City Financial Partners.

  Money Matters: Will the 2020 election impact the market?

What could the election’s impact be on our wallets?

  Money Matters: What to do when facing a layoff or buyout

The events of this year have brought a lot of changes and uncertainty.

  Money Matters: Interest rates expected to be low until 2023

If you are interested in buying a house or condo, now is a good time.

  Money Matters: Is coronavirus impacting your social security?

How likely is Social Security to remain in place for retirees?

  Money Matters: Stock market on the rise, even in an economic downturn

Amid this pandemic, is it a good time to invest in the stock market?