Skip to content

StampNotes

BLOG, COMMENTARY, AND NEWS

Secure-Act

Four Ways the Recently Passed Secure Act Will Impact Individual Investors

By Cary Stamp | December 27, 2019

What’s in the Secure Act? Financial advisor Cary Stamp addresses the four primary ways the recently passed Secure Act will affect individuals and families, most notably on Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and 529 Education Plans.     SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION:   TRANSCRIPT: What’s in the Secure Act? I’m Cary Stamp. This is a principled wealth…

Read More
Donor-Advised-Funds-Bunching-Deductions

Save on Taxes with Bunched Charitable Contributions to Donor Advised Funds

By Cary Stamp | December 26, 2019

Leading financial advisor Cary Stamp, CFP®  discusses the tax efficiency benefits of Donor Advised Fund bunching deductions.   SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION:   TRANSCRIPT: Today I’d like to talk about how we can make the world a better place, and get some tax deductions all at the same time. And it’s by using a strategy that…

Read More
wills trust 529 plans for new grandparents

Financial Thoughts from a New Grandfather

By Frank Francese | December 15, 2019

I was given a new nickname this week. “Pops!” I became a grandfather. In response, I immediately let my imagination run wild and scoured the web for “tiny baseball mitts” and “really small golf clubs,” but my practical side reappeared and I thought: “what would be the most prudent action for a grandfather to take…

Read More
Year-end-tax-savings-strategies

Important Year-End Tax Planning Ideas for Individuals and Businesses

By Cary Stamp | December 13, 2019

  Leading financial advisor Cary Stamp, CFP® provides five year-end tax planning ideas: three for individuals, and two for businesses. Ideas include tax loss selling, avoiding high mutual fund capital gains, bunching deductions on Donor Advised Funds, end of year equipment or vehicle purchases, and maximizing retirement plan contributions.   SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION:   TRANSCRIPT:…

Read More
Estate-Tax-Planning

Estate Planning 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Estate Planning Basics

By Brian Sirota | December 11, 2019

An Introduction to Estate Planning Strategies Do you have a will or estate plan? Many individuals and families overlook the need for estate planning in the belief that if they don’t possess significant wealth or a complicated situation, a plan is not required. At Cary Stamp & Co., we believe every individual and family should…

Read More

The Basics and Benefits of 457(b) Plans

By Andrew Trammell | December 2, 2019

If you’re a state or local government employee with a 457(b) deferred compensation plan, here’s a primer on plan basics, benefits, and financial considerations. THE BASICS OF 457(b) PLANS: Under Section 457 of the Internal Revenue Code you can defer compensation each year up to the IRS annual dollar limit, $19,000 plus a $6,000 catch…

Read More
WP Feedback

Dive straight into the feedback!
Login below and you can start commenting using your own user instantly