If you’re a bogey golfer, you’ve probably had your share of three putts (and sometimes four), but I’m willing to bet you haven’t experienced anything like what happened to Dustin Johnson at the 2015 U.S. Open.
Our Q1 newsletter focuses on planning for the unknown. CEO Rick Manske begins with outlining the importance of implementing financial family fire drills. Sr. Financial Advisor Travis Boyer writes about handling risk and Director of Investment Management Sarah DerGarabedian discusses mindful investing and how according to Seinfeld, “Anything’s possible!” Financial Advisor Scott Kittrell outlines how to manage the increasing cost of health care, and Sr. Financial Advisor Michael Baughman covers how to determine if you need health insurance. Manager of Financial Planning Judson Meinhart provides helpful tables to fill out to determine if you have adequate property and casualty insurance. Co-Director of Tax Services Larry Harris writes about tax planning unknowns. We hope you find this edition insightful!
“Certified financial planners from Parsec Financial have helped individuals and families to solidify and grow their assets for decades. Now, Parsec is reaching out to a new generation with its Young Money, Smart Money platform. It offers a collection of tools and resources to help young people understand their finances and investment planning. Parsec believes it’s never too early to learn how to manage credit and begin an investment journey. Young Money, Smart Money, helps people in their 20s and 30s confidently take their first steps in that process.”
Judson Meinhart was quoted in MONEY with advice for new investors on choosing stocks vs ETFs