REDW Wealth | July 31, 2020
In uncertain times like these, it's more important than ever to manage your finances and plan for the future. Which is why REDW Wealth is offering a series of complimentary webinars that will provide practical and up-to-date guidance for individuals and business owners to help them reach their financial goals. Read more. Read More
REDW Wealth | July 28, 2020
A recognized expert on claiming Social Security (SS) benefits, REDW Wealth Senior Financial Planner David Cechanowicz has once again been featured in The Street, most recently in a July 2020 column by Robert Powell, CFA, titled, “Ask Bob: Can You Collect Social Security on Your Ex-spouse?” Read more. Read More
REDW Wealth | June 19, 2020
A recent publication by The Street’s Robert Powell, CFP, features REDW Wealth Senior Financial Planner David Cechanowicz on the subject of stopping and restarting social security benefits. Read more. Read More
REDW Wealth | June 2, 2020
REDW Wealth LLC, an SEC-registered investment advisory firm subsidiary of REDW LLC, has been rated the third largest financial planning business in New Mexico by Albuquerque Business First. Read more. Read More
REDW Wealth | March 31, 2020
Join representatives of REDW Wealth Management for our new weekly webinar series, "Weekly Market Update & Q&A." Fridays at 3PM MDT, members of our team will discuss market perspective and host a Q&A. Read more. Read More
REDW Wealth | September 3, 2019
Attracting and retaining millennials, the largest segment of today’s workforce, is a priority for companies in one of the tightest labor markets in history. One way to do this is to re-evaluate the company’s benefits—particularly the retirement plan—so that they better align with millennials’ needs and priorities. Read more. Read More
REDW Wealth | June 28, 2018
A rule requiring financial advisors to act in their clients’ best interests with regard to retirement accounts has been ended by a U.S. court. The “fiduciary advice rule” made investment advice standards for retirement savings tougher, requiring investment professionals to put clients’ interests ahead of their own with regard to retirement accounts. Read more. Read More
REDW Wealth | March 9, 2018
To achieve your financial goals, your financial plan should be reviewed periodically to ensure it accounts for personal as well as macro-economic changes. This could not be more relevant given the recent passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. In fact, a recent poll conducted by the AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants) found that “three in five Americans said they’re very or somewhat likely to change their personal financial plans” as a result of the new federal tax law.
As you discuss your specific needs with your personal financial planner, the following article from the Journal of Accountancy details three strategies you may want to consider.
If you have any questions regarding the article or other issues related to your financial plan, please contact Paul Madrid at REDW Stanley. Read More
REDW Wealth | April 12, 2017
President Trump certainly elicits strong emotions from a large percentage of the population. In the days following the election, many equity markets went up in value. Generally, the policies of the new President were viewed as positive for economic growth. As economic data continued to improve since November of 2016 both domestically and globally, capital markets continued to improve. With the new Congress, we have begun to learn that legislative change does not necessarily go easily.
Politics, policies, and economic growth certainly intersect, and it is easy to allow one’s political leanings to overly influence investing decisions or outlook. What then are the broad principles that should be used in evaluating policies? Read more. Read More
REDW Wealth | October 13, 2016
Central banks around the world took the stage during the Third Quarter of 2016 with the U.S. Federal Reserve having prominence. As various Fed Governors gave speeches, each talk was dissected to see if the Federal Reserve would raise rates in September. Ultimately, they did not, but since they did not change their language for another increase in rates this year, the expectation is that they will raise rates in December. Read more. Read More