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- The Retirement Risk You Didn't Realize
- A Retirement Savings Tool You Might Be Missing
- Planning for a Long Retirement
- Roth IRA Conversions - a Golden Opportunity
- Demystifying IRA Distributions
- Simplifying Retirement
- Plan Today for Retirement Tomorrow
- Managing Your Cash Flow in Retirement
- Budgeting to Retire
- Investment Risk - There's No Escaping It!
- Lessons Learned from the Market
- The Folly of Market Timing
- Dollar Cost Averaging
- Budgeting the College Lifestyle
- Fitting College Funding Strategies into your Overall Picture
- Five Ways to Cover College Tuition
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- Covering All Bases for Timely Estate Planning
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- The Hidden Cost of Health Insurance
- The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012
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- Think Twice About Your ESIP
- Talking Taxes
- Year End Tax List
- How Inflation Affects You
- Now That The Election's All Over
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Financial Planning for Lab Employees
We at Insight Wealth Strategies work very closely with lab employees in Livermore and are intimately familiar with the unique challenges lab employees face.
In fact, we have opened an office in Livermore about a mile from the lab for our clients' convenience. We primarily meet our lab clients in our Livermore and/or San Ramon offices.
Our clients include both current and former Livermore lab employees, who have met with us to discuss in-depth retirement planning, monthly pension vs. lump sum analysis, professional investment management, estate planning, and overall financial advice.
In particular, we assisted over 200 people at the lab in 2007 with understanding all of the benefits and drawbacks related to TCP1 and TCP2, allowing them to make the best decision for their particular situation.
As a result of our experience, we are very knowledgeable about the UCRP, UC's retirement accounts (403(b), 457, DCP, CAP), the options available with TCP2, plus other issues lab employees face. We have provided detailed plans to help our lab clients achieve their financial goals and/or strategic investment advice to help them make their money work more effectively for them.
Furthermore, we publish a free monthly newsletter that addresses the specific financial planning issues faced by lab employees. To view past issues of our monthly newsletter, please click here.
We typically charge a flat fee for doing a comprehensive financial plan, which varies based on the complexity of each person's situation and the value we can bring to their world. In some cases comprehensive plans are not necessary for our lab clients, and we assist them with our investment management services, which don't have any upfront cost; there's only a separate management fee that is typically around 1% of the assets.
We offer a 90-minute complimentary initial consultation to all lab employees in either our San Ramon or Livermore office to help them better understand their unique position and see what we can do to help them meet their goals.
To learn more about Insight Wealth Strategies, our financial planners and our financial planning services for lab employees and Livermore retirees, please call us at (800) 318-7848 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Company retirement plans are subject to change. For specific plan information consult your human resource department.