Last week I wrote about what it means to be an Ed Slott trained IRA advisor. Since then, I have learned that Ed Slott’s program “Retire Safe and Secure” will air on our local, Twin Cities Public Television stations this weekend!
If you want to learn how to avoid the most common tax mistakes people make with their retirement accounts, or why a Roth IRA is so important, or how to take your IRA from “forever taxed to never taxed” you will want to watch or record Ed’s show this weekend.
Ed Slott has been a huge supporter of Public Television for many years and is one of PBS’ all-time largest fundraisers. His programs have raised over $50 million in donations supporting PBS stations across the country. This weekend you can watch him on your local station.
Times and dates are listed below. Check with Twin Cities PBS for more information or click here.
- Retire Safe & Secure with Ed Slott | Friday, Jun 8 at 6pm TPT LIFE
- Retire Safe & Secure with Ed Slott | Saturday, Jun 9 at 11:30am TPT 2
- Retire Safe & Secure with Ed Slott | Saturday, Jun 9 at 9:30pm TPT LIFE
- Retire Safe & Secure with Ed Slott | Sunday, Jun 10 at 3am TPT LIFE
- Retire Safe & Secure with Ed Slott | Saturday, Jun 30 at 7pm TPT LIFE
Now this is must see TV.
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Ed Slott’s Elite IRA Advisor Group is solely an indication that the financial advisor has attended training provided by Ed Slott and Company. Ed Slott is not affiliated with Royal Alliance Associates, Inc.
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Cory Wessman is an estate planning attorney with the law firm, Erickson & Wessman. His office is in the Broadway Place West building in NE Minneapolis where I work.
He sent the following letter to his clients and I thought it would make a great guest post.
You can find out more about Cory and his services at his website, www.cericksonlaw.com.
Below, he offers great advice for “spring cleaning” your estate plan. If you need help creating and updating your “Master List of Accounts”, let me know. We have this information for all our financial planning clients and are happy to provide it to you in a secure way.
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According to the National Retail Federation, Americans will spend an estimated $19.6 billion on Valentine’s Day this year. With a little more than half of the American population participating in Valentine’s Day giving, that breaks down to about $143 per person.
While chocolates, candied hearts or a night out on the town can be great ways to express your love, I would argue that financial planning may be the ultimate act that says, “I love you and I care about you”.
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As we approach the end of the year, you may be thinking of making a large financial gift to your children, grandchildren or others in your life.
Gifting strategies and the tax laws that create them can be confusing. Even as I write this, Congress is considering major legislation that could impact generational gifting for millions of Americans in the future.
Don’t let these 5 myths about gifting assets stop your holiday giving this year.