Our office hours for the Holidays are:
Closed – December 22, 2018 THRU January 1, 2019
Normal Hours begin again January 2, 2019
We wish you and your families a happy and blessed Christmas
and look forward to a new year full of potential!
WELCOME TO SENIOR TAX & INSURANCE ADVISORS
A Few Words About Us
STA is committed to providing our clients with the best retirement solutions for their financial and lifestyles goals. We assist clients by taking the complexity out of their retirement planning and assuring their individual retirement plans will work for them AND their loved ones.
Our company’s experienced specialists provide clients with a full spectrum of experience. Our team includes financial planners, licensed fiduciaries, tax specialists, CPAs, insurance experts, asset management professionals, Social Security experts, and estate and trust attorneys. We are here to ensure our clients fully comprehend their retirement opportunities, so they have enough inflation-adjusted guaranteed retirement income…no matter how long they live, along with well-crafted estate plan strategies to ensure their wishes are properly executed.
Market Review and Outlook
“Your article on annuities [Does An Annuity Belong In Your Retirement Plan?] did not demonstrate that an annuity always improves a retirement plan.” True, Warren Buffet’s retirement plan would not be improved by an annuity because he will not face the mortality and...read more
A crystal ball into the stock market’s performance – wouldn’t that be useful! While predicting market performance to-a-t is not possible, you can help protect your savings by preparing for market uncertainty. Market Uncertainty Heightens This past December marked the...read more
Tax season has officially started and if you’re an early bird looking ahead to April, you might have already started filing your 2018 taxes. Regardless where you are in the process, here are a few tips to keep in mind for tax season this year. Taxes in retirement are...read more
By Andy Ives, CFP®, AIF® IRA Analyst Question: In 2017, I opened a Roth IRA through my company. Being over 65, I mistakenly thought I could convert Traditional IRA funds to the Roth if I paid tax on the rollover amount. In August 2018, I had Schwab roll $50,000 into...read more
By Andy Ives, CFP®, AIF® IRA Analyst There are many gaps. Generation gap, stop-gap, The Gap Band. In baseball you can hit into the gap. Football linemen have an A-gap, B-gap and C-gap to concern themselves with. Of course, there is the Cumberland Gap. And there is a...read more
By Sarah Brenner, JD IRA Analyst Question: If I convert Trad IRA funds to a Roth IRA, does the ratio of After-Tax Contribution to Total IRA holdings include 401k holdings or only IRA holdings. I am a recently retired pilot and want to make Trad to Roth IRA conversions...read more
January 2019 Market Review and Outlook -Murray Titterington, CFP, CIMA It’s déjà vu all over again. 2019 is off to a good start, just like January of 2018. Stocks climbed during the first month of the year, with the S&P 500 rising the most in January since 1987,...read more
December 2018 Market Review and Outlook -Murray Titterington, CFP, CIMA Be careful what you wish for. Last month we hoped for a “Santa Claus” rally in the markets (defined as a rally beginning the day after Christmas and extends through the end of the year). Well, the...read more
U.S. stock markets closed out the month of October with the largest monthly losses we’ve seen in more than six years. All of 2018’s gains were essentially wiped out over just a few days of trading. Bond markets have been hurt all year as interest rates have continued...read more