As many clients know, my girlfriend is in the medical industry. The other day we were having a conversation about treatment & prevention of skin ailments. While treatment must occur for existing ailments, taking preventative action to avoid future illness can save a patient tremendous […]Read More
The Debt Ceiling: A New Perspective on an Old Debate
It’s that time of the political cycle again, folks. The ongoing, never ending, and never resolved debate about the U.S. debt ceiling is making its way back into the news. Of course, politicians will never waste a good crisis as a way to further their […]Read More
Chip Bromley Interviewed by Money Geek!
Today we’re excited to share that Chip Bromley, one of iNNOVA’s principals, was interviewed by Moneygeek.com! Below is his interview and a link to the entire panel’s conversation around debt! Expert Insight on Coping With Debt Chip Bromley, AIF, CAIA Principal at iNNOVA […]Read More
Secure Act 2.0 – Key Highlights
Just before the Christmas holiday, President Biden signed into law the Secure Act 2.0. This was just a portion of the $1.7 trillion (yes, with a ‘T’) spending package, and has some significant changes to retirement savings strategies. Here are some key highlights: Automatic […]Read More
Term vs Whole Life Insurance. Which Should You Have in Place?
As a product that goes hand in hand with our untimely demise, life insurance isn’t exactly a fun topic to dwell on for too long! Still, it’s perhaps the most important piece of asset protection that we can put into place, so it’s worth our […]Read More
Important Changes for 2023
As I’m sure everyone is aware, we’ve seen an historic increase in inflation during 2022 and while no one is happy paying higher prices there are a few silver linings to explore. To start, tax bracket changes could increase post-tax income in 2023 as thresholds […]Read More
4 Smart Money Decisions During A Down Market
Most investors understand the stock market is having a difficult year. But some investors are less aware of the fact that 2022 is shaping as one of, if not the worst year on record for fixed income investments and balanced portfolios also. Traditional guidance would […]Read More
What Might Your Social Security Benefit Be in 2023?
According to the Senior Citizens League (I know, they sound like a group of superheroes that can use laser vision to clip coupons from circulars at the speed of light), our favorite element of Social Security benefits, the Cost-of-Living-Adjustment or COLA, is anticipated to net […]Read More
Financial Benefits of Hiring Your Kids in the Family Business
Bringing your children into the family business has its pros and cons that range from teaching kids strong work ethics to alienating other employees due to nepotism. Many parents may not even want their children in the family business at young age so they can […]Read More
How Rising Rates May Impact Your Portfolio
How Rising Rates May Impact Your Portfolio The Federal Reserve has acknowledged that the post-pandemic inflation we have seen isn’t as transitory as once hoped. Supply chain issues haven’t cleared up as quickly as expected and inflation is beginning to take its toll. In an […]Read More