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Is a Solo 401(k) Right for You?

For self-employed individuals looking for a retirement savings plan, a Solo 401(k) should be on your list of options. This plan was built specifically for sole proprietors with no full-time employees (other than a spouse), like freelancers or small business owners.

While many in this situation tend to think of IRAs as the only way to save for retirement (either in a SEP, Simple or Roth), Solo 401(k)s provide a multitude of benefits and stack up well...

Understanding the "Why" Behind Your Financial Choices

Most people are used to making financial decisions without questioning their reasoning or factoring in the “why” behind those choices.

At Wiley Group, we believe that being mindful of your decision-making is where financial planning starts. Getting in touch with your consciousness and thinking about the "why" helps us to better...

Five Years from Retirement - Now What?

Reality starts to sink in when you are five years from retirement – no matter how much you have saved, it is common to experience a bit of anxiety about your retirement readiness as you approach the end of your working years.

In our experience with clients, the five-year countdown to retirement often raises a few important questions. These questions, outlined below, help pre-retirees visualize the future and...

Five Ways to Reduce Your Tax Bill

Taxes are top of mind for many as we edge closer and closer to the tax deadline. However, it is important to understand that tax planning does not start and stop on this date – it should be an ongoing area of discussion between you and your advisor. Below are five areas where tax planning (and saving) comes into play. Keep in mind that these are complex topics that should be handled by a professional. We encourage you to use the tips below as a starting point and make sure your tax advisor is factoring in all that apply.

  1. Retirement savings accounts When it comes to taxes and retirement savings, contributing to a traditional IRA is a great option to consider. If you (and your spouse) are not covered...

The Election and the Possible Effects on the US Stock Market

By: Don Riley

Many clients have been wondering about the outcome of the elections and the possible effects on the stock market. One of our research providers, Ned Davis Research, released a piece recently that...

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