As the founder of Ashton And Associates, Abe Ashton has more than 20 years of experience helping thousands of families in Utah, Nevada, and across the country retire with confidence. Abe’s mission is to provide client-focused education and solutions to seniors and retirees, that help them achieve the retirement they’ve worked so hard for.
Taxes and Bonds
It's tax season and how creative are you getting with your write-offs? On this episode, Nick gives examples of how you can get creative with filing your taxes and what you can write off that you probably didn't know. Also, is the annuity a good replacement for bonds? Find out more here.
Inflation and Hidden Fees In Your 401k
With inflation rising these days, how should retirees handle this, especially with their portfolio? Abe explains this with one simple statement. Also, are you aware of what fees you're paying in your 401k? Well, you're not alone.
It's pretty common to have a fear of missing out on things in life. But financially, missing out of free money is common as well, especially if you haven't enrolled in your company's 401k. On this episode, Abe talks about why you should not miss out on this one.
Outlook On The Market This Year
With the market currently on a downturn what are the talking heads saying about the future of the market? With the varying opinions from different sources, what should you do and who should you trust? What should your approach be? Hang in there and ride it out? On this episode Abe talks about strategies on how you should be approaching the market's instability this year.
In this episode, Abe explains the fascination with the new money called "Cryptocurrency." Should you invest in this? It sounds enticing to do so. But what about if you're in, or nearing retirement? Beware of the volatility.
Beware Of A Market Correction
When you're invested in the stock market, you always need to be aware of a market correction. Some are predicting a 10-20 percent future correction. Are you prepared? Abe tells of how you should prepare for this with the "Rule of 100." This leads to how inflation affects your portfolio and what happens when you come in for an appointment.