Posts Tagged ‘Taxes’

The Evolution of Thrive

David, Karen, and Bret discuss the progress within Thrive Financial Services after 3 months of 2019, as well as Tax Day approaching on April 15th. Tax Day, of course, is a day that gives a lot of people angst when they hear April 15th, but all is calm at Thrive Financial Services. I don’t say…

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It’s Tax Season!

David, Karen, Bret, and Joe dive into a discussion about taxes and break down some strategies for 2019. Karen also discusses current developing trends among senior citizens in the U.S. How quickly we went from ending up the month of February into the month of March, and now coming into our vision is taxes April…

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The Thrive Process

Bret discusses new laws in 2019, Karen talks about the importance of women being involved in their retirement plans, and David goes over what to expect during a complimentary consultation with Thrive. We’re coming off of what I thought was a great discussion last week. There was a great example by Bret, which allowed me…

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Taxes, Taxes and More Taxes!

David Bezar, Bret Elam, and Karen Bezar discuss common tax mistakes, the importance of planning retirement early, and problems within the financial industry Today we’re going to address one of the things that does have major impact on retirement, which is taxes. Before I get into that I want to share a quick story. Last…

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Where Are Your Tax Dollars Going?

  David Bezar, Bret Elam and Karen Bezar discuss the pitfalls of women in retirement, social security and the importance of having a financial plan in place after the death of a spouse.       I would like to start this weeks blog by praising our Thrive Army. We can say with an unconditional…

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Oh No! Did I Make a Mistake?

    An article titled “The Three Mistakes That Can Cost You a Fortune” is discussed as well real life stories that exemplify the importance of getting a professional’s opinion on Social Security. The Thrive experts bring real information, real understanding, and real solutions as they address the subject of taxes in retirement which is…

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Taxes In Retirement: Bankruptcy Among Older Americans

  A New York Times article with the title Too little, Too late: Bankruptcy Booms among Older Americans outlined the profile of a gentleman who was a former carpenter. His union had changed some of the eligibility requirements for his health insurance that created a snowball that led him and his family into bankruptcy. Unfortunately,…

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Taxes, Medicare And Social Security, Oh My

  Every time tax day looms, it’s a nervous time where we scramble at home looking for information, trying to do to figure out if we have everything that the accountant needs to cover our taxes. As we scurry to get everything together, we start asking questions like, “What mistakes did I make? What don’t…

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Are You Under-Utilizing Your Funds? with Bob Hansen

  Vacationing can seem like a task with all the stress that is associated with planning but when done right you will surely enjoy the most of it. The Thrive experts talk about booking your trip to retirement, using vacationing as a metaphor. There is just too much to know about planning for your financial…

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Required Minimum Distributions

  We all want to retire and enjoy the entirety of it with no problem, however, people tend to take the preparation aspect for granted. For some, they get stuck because they don’t know how in the first place. Learn about required minimum distributions, Social Security, Medicare, taxes, and more in the book The Roadmap…

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