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Make Your Home Work Harder For You In Retirement

Thank you to writer Rivan Stinson of Kiplinger Personal Finance for checking in with Mari to talk about how your home can work harder for you in retirement! In most communities, the real estate market has been on fire. You’ve probably been watching your home equity climb to new highs. So how can you tap […]

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Congratulations To Austin Tanner On Earning His CFP® Certification!

Warm congratulations to our Boca team member Austin Tanner on earning his CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional certification and the right to use the CFP® marks! Austin recently passed the CFP® Certification Examination and met other requirements needed to earn the designation. We’re thrilled to recognize this significant achievement and Austin’s hard work! What’s involved in becoming […]

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Remodeling? Here’s How To Pay For It

Planning to remodel your kitchen or bathroom? Or maybe you’re upgrading your windows, adding a whole-house generator, or making other updates to your home? With people spending more time than ever at home due to COVID, Americans are undertaking plenty of home improvement projects, and our clients are no exception. The frequently seek our input […]

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Ready For Retirement? Check Out Our Tips In Business Insider

Are you saving enough for retirement? We had a chance to chat with reporter Laila Maidan of Business Insider about designing a personalized retirement roadmap tailored to meet your specific goals. While saving 10% to 15% of income each year is a solid rule of thumb, that advice may not be suitable for everyone. A simple […]

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Mari Shares Money Tips With Claremont McKenna College Students

Thank you again to the Berger Institute at Claremont McKenna College for inviting me to talk to students last Friday about “10 Things Your Parents Never Taught You About Money (that you really need to know before you graduate).“ It’s always a lot of fun to meet with college students and hear what’s on their […]

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The Key Money Lessons We Learned From COVID

The COVID pandemic has been financially devastating for many Americans, writes veteran financial journalist Kimberly Lankford in a recent article for GOBankingRates.com. But at the same time, the disruptions caused by the COVID pandemic have taught us valuable lessons about managing our money and professional lives better in the future. Emergency reserves and other protections […]

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Yes, You Can Still Build Wealth After 50

Congratulations! If you just turned 50, you’re in the final stretch toward retirement. With today’s longer life expectancies, you may spend thirty years or even more in retirement living off of your savings. So don’t rest on your laurels just yet. Take advantage of the next decade or so before you retire to build up […]

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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2021: There’s A Money Superhero Inside All Of Us

Last week on March 8 we celebrated International Women’s Day 2021, the global day dedicated to supporting, empowering and uplifting women around the world. I would like to offer my special thanks to the Women’s Foundation of Florida for inviting me to talk about 5 simple steps to help women take back control of their […]

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Just How Much Will That Luxury Home Cost You?

Even people who are very wealthy can get in over their heads. It’s not unusual for buyers to purchase real estate without truly understanding what it’s going to cost them, especially when it comes to that drop-dead gorgeous waterfront home they fell in love with at first sight. Mari Adam spoke with writer Robyn A. […]

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It’s Time To Fund Your IRAs!

We’re getting closer to the April 15 deadline for funding your IRAs or Roth IRAs for 2020 (that’s last year). Mari Adam talked to Kiplinger Personal Finance magazine to share insights about IRA limits and strategies. You can read the entire article here. The maximum amount you can contribute to your IRA for 2020 is $6,000 or […]

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