Scott Kittrell

Thrive by Planning for the Unknown Edition

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!

A Financial Guide to Divorce

It is critical to prepare for divorce by making sure you have the resources in place to navigate the process successfully. It begins with establishing a strong support network, one that provides you with the emotional support necessary to accept your new reality and navigate the ups and downs of the divorce process. For legal support, we recommend you engage a quality divorce attorney, one who is not only skilled in divorce, but a good communicator focused on your best interest. We also believe it makes sense to engage a financial advisor with expertise in divorce. He or she can provide invaluable technical support as you pursue an equitable settlement and plan for financial security in the future.

The Pilot: Give a Gift That Lasts: A Solid Financial Plan

As we approach the holiday season, I am reminded of Christmas gatherings and the exchange of gifts between family and friends. While we all enjoy receiving gifts, it is the joy I get from giving that is most fulfilling. It’s especially so when the gift is something that has lasting impact for the recipient.

Finding Your Passion Edition

Please enjoy our latest quarterly newsletter where we discuss various types of passions and the respective financial components, including traveling, leaving a legacy, helping others and serving our country, among others. As our CEO Rick Manske wrote, “We all know people who have passion. It is admirable and it can be boundless. I hope that you all know your passion. And if you are looking for it, I believe you’ll find it among your value set.”

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