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Inheriting a 401(k) Plan

By harlow-wealth | March 24, 2020 | Comments Off on Inheriting a 401(k) Plan

Within the scope of an investment portfolio, the commonplace 401(k) may seem to be a simplistic account. But it’s not, especially when it comes to estate and legacy planning. The named beneficiary on the plan will inherit your 401(k) regardless…

Your Vote, Your Investment

By harlow-wealth | March 17, 2020 | Comments Off on Your Vote, Your Investment

Here’s some food for thought regarding the aftermath of Watergate: “The great paradox of one of the worst presidential scandals of the 20th century was that it forced candidates to stop attacking each other and start persuading the nation that…

The Coronavirus and Other Oddball Risks

By harlow-wealth | March 10, 2020 | Comments Off on The Coronavirus and Other Oddball Risks

One of the reasons investing never gets boring is because it is an ever-changing, never-sleeping industry that presents new opportunities — and new risks — every day. One of the most recent threats to the global business economy, and therefore…

Climate Change: A World of Opportunity

By harlow-wealth | March 3, 2020 | Comments Off on Climate Change: A World of Opportunity

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the amount of heat stored in the upper levels of the ocean reached an all-time high in 2019. This is a primary factor that contributes to the rise in sea levels. Furthermore,…

2020 Market Update: Reversal of Sentiment

By harlow-wealth | February 25, 2020 | Comments Off on 2020 Market Update: Reversal of Sentiment

After making a bunch of gloom-and-doom predictions about the markets in 2019, with fears of a pending recession, Wall Street money managers have a considerably more brightened outlook for 2020. Indeed, recent indicators have heightened expectations for U.S. economic growth…

Student Loan Debt Affects More Than Millennials

By harlow-wealth | February 18, 2020 | Comments Off on Student Loan Debt Affects More Than Millennials

Common sense would suggest older workers have a much easier time saving than young adults. They are more likely to have already purchased a home, put kids through college and, by that point, are putting more money away for retirement.…

RMD Considerations

By harlow-wealth | February 11, 2020 | Comments Off on RMD Considerations

With people living longer and benefiting from the long-running bull market, there are more factors to consider in taking required minimum distributions (RMDs) from retirement accounts. The traditional IRA, SEP IRA and 401(k) plans offer tax deductions on contributions and…

Assessing the Role of Government

By harlow-wealth | February 4, 2020 | Comments Off on Assessing the Role of Government

Recently, President Trump bemoaned the inconveniences of low-flow toilets, showers, dishwashers and energy-efficient lightbulbs – all implemented in the wake of government regulation aimed toward conservation efforts.1 One issue in the political divide between parties is disagreement about the role…

Financial Tips For 2020

By harlow-wealth | January 28, 2020 | Comments Off on Financial Tips For 2020

The U.S. has enjoyed 10 years of a booming stock market and a growing economy. It’s too early to tell how 2020 will look, but there are some signs that it doesn’t look quite as promising. Between warnings of a…

Two Retirement Planning Approaches: Safety vs. Probability

By harlow-wealth | January 21, 2020 | Comments Off on Two Retirement Planning Approaches: Safety vs. Probability

According to Merrill, four of the most common risks to your retirement strategy are:1 A significant market drop shortly before or early in your retirement Inflation reducing your spending power over time Unexpected medical and/or long-term care expenses Outliving your…

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