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Asset Allocation, not Stock Picking, May Have More Impact on Your Portfolio’s Success

By Brian Sirota | February 19, 2020

Asset Allocation and Portfolio Success: 90% of an Investment Portfolio’s Returns May Result from Proper Asset Allocation, not Stock Picking A 2000 study by economists Roger Ibbotson and Paul Kaplan concluded that more than 90% of a portfolio’s long-term returns may be driven by its asset allocation. For starters, what exactly is “Strategic Asset Allocation”…

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Maximize Your Pension with a Huge Lump Sum Passed on to Beneficiaries

By Cary Stamp | February 6, 2020

Jupiter, FL financial advisor Cary Stamp briefly outlines an innovative Pension Maximization strategy that can add a huge lump sum to the assets you pass on to beneficiaries. SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION:   TRANSCRIPT: I am Cary Stamp with Cary Stamp and Company. This is a Principled Wealth Moment. And if you’re somebody that has a…

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How to Maximize Contributions and Tax Deductions to a Solo 401(k)

By Cary Stamp | January 29, 2020

Leading financial advisor Cary Stamp provides a quick lesson on how entrepreneurs such as attorneys and real estate agents with 1099 income can maximize contributions to what’s known as a Solo or Individual 401(k).   SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION:   TRANSCRIPT: I’m Cary Stamp and this is a Principled Wealth Moment. Today, I’m going to explain…

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The Urgency of Owning Life Insurance for Family Risk Management

By Andrew Trammell | January 28, 2020

For those who are new to the concept, there’s much to consider when it comes to “risk management” in your personal life. How much and which types of life insurance do I need? Should I purchase disability insurance? Is my health insurance coverage adequate? These questions can be challenging, however, if you understand the 5…

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When to Take and How to Maximize Social Security Benefits

By Cary Stamp | January 20, 2020

In this video, Cary Stamp, leading investment and financial advisor based in the Jupiter, FL area, briefly addresses one of the most common question asked of financial advisors: “When should people start taking social security benefits?”.   SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION:   TRANSCRIPT: Hi, I’m Cary Stamp. This is a Principled Wealth Moment. Today I’m going…

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Sustainable ESG Investing Performance

Debunking the Big Myth About Sustainable/ESG Investing

By Josh Weller | January 16, 2020

Today, we dispel the decades-old myth that performance must be sacrificed when investing responsibly in Sustainable/ESG assets. This myth rises again and again like Freddy Krueger in a horror movie, and, like Freddy, the myth should be laid to rest. Sustainable ESG Investing Performance Below, we share four graphs comparing the performance of broad indexes…

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Hybrid Long-Term Care Insurance Combines Long-Term Care Benefits and Life Insurance in One Policy

By Cary Stamp | January 7, 2020

Financial advisor Cary Stamp discusses the value of Hybrid Long Term Care Insurance, a powerful combination of Long Term Care Benefits with Life Insurance that preserves your capital.   SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION:   TRANSCRIPT: I’m Cary Stamp and this is a Principled Wealth Moment. Today I’m going to talk about a subject that most people…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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