What Causes Financial Problems?
Nobody wants financial problems. Unfortunately, however, circumstances out of our control, such as job loss, are what cause financial problems. For many people, this is a serious concern that is more than financial hardships. Think about this statistic from the United States Census Bureau for a minute when it comes to what causes financial problems: […]Read Article
Don't Fall Short on Your Goals
3 Considerations for Choosing between a ROTH and Traditional IRA
When planning not to run out of money in retirement, there is a lot more to consider than the current year’s tax deduction, which is the most common method for people preparing for retirement. What are the vehicles and how do they work? Individuals who are determining how invest for retirement are often proposed 2 […]Read Article
Elections and The Market
Historically, how does a presidential election fare on the markets? We have all been told that buy and hold is the long term strategy. Through different Presidential Elections, the US has been through a number of landmark events. Some tend to forget, fearing that the present is different then the past. Let's take a look […]Read Article
July 2019 Newsletter
Welcome to the first GRWP Quarterly Newsletter I hope you are enjoying your summer! To add more value and color to our communications, I look forward to providing you with a quarterly update that we will email, post on our site, as well as add them in with your quarterly statements. These are to keep […]Read Article
Business Owners and the Value of Their Business
Do you really know the value of your business? It’s OK if the answer is “no.” When it comes to smaller business owners and the value of their business, value is a broad term that focuses more on the customer, while the big corporations are concerned about their market worth and share. This is not a knock […]Read Article
Your Guide to Planning for a Divorce Financially
Going through a divorce is unquestionably a stressful and emotional situation. However, planning financially for a divorce helps protect your well-being as you move forward. Preparing for divorce in advance can help you to save time and money, ultimately removing some of the stress involved. How to Financially Plan For a Divorce Seek Out Advice – […]Read Article
5 things to keep your money in check – What kind of pandemic spender are you?
This pandemic has changed the social habits of many. According to Digital Commerce, there has been a 49% increase in online spending from March to April. USPS and FedEx have reported an increase in deliveries and 58 million Americans are spending more money during the pandemic than they were pre-COVID 19. Entertainment and alcohol lead […]Read Article
Corona-Diet! Post Pandemic Investment Strategy
Markets Are Up...What's Next?
What Legal Docs are Important in a Pandemic and Post Pandemic World?
What do you think is the most important legal document to have in a crisis like the one we are currently in? Bobby Mascia, CFBS, CEO and Founder of Green Ridge Wealth Planning hosts the first session of Advisors in Jeans. We are breaking through the news and internet noise to give you the cold […]Read Article
Price Gouging Rules in COVID-19
Damien Conforti, Esq - We had Damien on because he knows his stuff, has a great team, and can speak using every day language, not getting caught up in legalese and jargon. This is an IMPORTANT topic for everyone - CONSUMERS AND DISTRIBUTORS What we spoke about: Items in the pandemic - Where are […]Read Article
Should I use a 529?
How to Plan Out of The Pandemic
I hope you and your loved ones are well and safe. As I sit here, self-quarantined and social distancing, I have been reflecting, reading and processing all the things that are going on around us. A lot of “noise” in the news leads to overload and confusion. I thought it beneficial to share my perspective […]Read Article
Stay Home & Let's Get Through This
Wall Street Sighs