New Century Planning’s President Robert M. Ryerson is interviewed about how inflation impacts your retirement strategy. Contact us – start your planning now!
Some Surprising Good News On December 29, 2022, The SECURE ACT 2 become law and changed many items that can affect retirees, pre-retirees, and all American’s financial picture in fact. There is a lot of good news with these changes, and some of them are a little surprising to us, given the country’s terrible financial […]
Receives Updated Information for Clients’ Retirement Planning Needs New Century Planning President Robert M. Ryerson had an opportunity to discuss the latest trends in retirement planning with Best Selling author David McKnight and nationally famous IRA expert Ed Slott at the Miami conference. Contact us – start your planning now!
A new year is a time for people to reflect on new resolutions and changes they want to make, and finances are no exception. Nearly 97 million Americans have plans to make a resolution in the year 2021, according to a recent survey by WalletHub. Many people choose to attempt financial resolutions to change their […]
As 2022 draws to a close, now is the time to start considering what financial moves you will want to make before the end of the year and the start of 2023. This aspect of financial planning is sometimes known as ‘year-end’ planning, and it is a common undertaking when considering your long-term finances. During […]
“I am honored and excited to be able to be a co-producer of this inspiring documentary about entrepreneurs who embraced their dreams instead of just having their heads in the clouds!” Robert M. Ryerson Contact us – start your planning now!
Cryptocurrency has been experiencing surges of usage and popularity in mainstream digital media in the United States. However, the digital currency exchange is being curbed by the negative reactions of national banks across the globe. Part of the appeal of cryptocurrency usage is its independence from traditional finance infrastructure. As Bitcoin is decentralized (ie. no one nation […]
Note: I cannot guarantee the accuracy of any of any of these quotes or articles or projections—these are just recent subjects and events and questions and rumors that have piqued my interest, and got me to musing and wondering…. *️⃣ Will the Fed “capitulate” and stop raising rates in a few months because they have […]
Retirement planning was as difficult as ever in 2022. The S&P 500 was down more than 23 percent by October, since the start of the year and inflation was at 8.3 percent in August. For comparison, the annual inflation rate before the pandemic was 1.4 percent. It has become harder to make do in the […]
(Passing digital assets to heirs can be unnecessarily complicated and time consuming unless you do some of the legwork upfront) Not long ago, digital assets played virtually no role in estate planning. Today, however, leaving an electronic mess can be one of the most costly mistakes in the process. Failing to account for digital assets […]