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Common Estate Planning Mistakes to AvoidSubmitted by 360Blue Financial Strategies on December 9th, 2022
One of the major problems that occur with preparing for one’s passing and financial distribution is that people frequently leave the matter to the very last minute and then make rushed decisions with bad information. This can cause common mistakes to occur that could be avoided with proper preparation.
How to Create an Estate PlanSubmitted by 360Blue Financial Strategies on November 28th, 2022
Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor Before Getting StartedSubmitted by 360Blue Financial Strategies on July 6th, 2022
When you hire a financial advisor, you are entering a long-term relationship with a person who will know almost everything about your financial life. It is nearly impossible to know who to trust with your money especially when some financial advisors are only looking to line their pockets rather than offer the best investment advice. Hence the importance to carefully vet potential candidates.
Top 5 Things You Should Always Share With Your Financial AdvisorSubmitted by 360Blue Financial Strategies on June 24th, 2022
Where Will You Live in Retirement?Submitted by 360Blue Financial Strategies on April 22nd, 2022
When it comes to making a decision surrounding where you will spend your retirement, the options are seemingly endless. Whether you enjoy the coast or have imagined relaxing in the mountains with only the concern of which hike to conquer that day, deciding where and how to spend your retirement years should be exciting.
You Received Unemployment Benefits in 2021. What Does That Mean for Your Taxes?Submitted by 360Blue Financial Strategies on March 2nd, 2022
Losing a job is tough, especially when it's by no fault of your own. In the event that you find yourself unexpectedly without a stream of income, you may be eligible to receive unemployment benefits. The application process, criteria and benefit amount will vary state-by-state, but this benefit is designed to help out-of-work individuals cover basic expenses.