The new federal tax code has expanded the benefits of 529 plans to include K-12 expenses of up to $10,000 per student each year. If you anticipate that your child will attend a private school for his or her K-12 education, you’ll need to adjust your planning accordingly.
With lower investment returns anticipated in the future combined with longer life expectancies, it is critical that your retirement portfolio provide the necessary spending for your entire lifetime.
Marriage and money—two things that, on their own, are complicated enough. When put together, well, that’s when things get really interesting! We share five suggestions for couples who are struggling with money issues in their marriage.
Rather than making piecemeal changes to the tax code, the Trump Administration would like to enact comprehensive tax reform, addressing the complexities and inefficiencies of the entire tax system.
One of Balentine’s main goals is to help our clients simplify their lives. So we’ve come up a list of five questions you can ask any potential advisor in order to sniff out potential or hidden conflicts of interest.
Life isn’t static, and your financial plan shouldn’t be, either. For this reason, Balentine has partnered with eMoney and Riskalyze, two of the industry’s leading financial planning tools.
For new college graduates immediately entering the workforce, these tips will help ensure that you establish smart money habits which will benefit you for years to come.
There are several steps we suggest newly liquid entrepreneurs take to address their most immediate financial needs following a liquidity event.
April 25, 2017 — For many Americans, your 30s are when “adulting” truly begins. Are you financially prepared for the increased responsbility?
Making a charitable donation? Don’t miss these four tips for getting the most from your gift.