How to Catch Up on Your Retirement Savings

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Frontier knows that most of us are guilty of procrastination in at least one area of our lives. For example, maybe you keep putting off going to the doctor for that annual physical, or sitting down with your spouse and balancing your checkbook. According to a new report released by the World Economic Forum, many […]

Four Retirement Savings Steps for Millennials

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Saving for retirement isn’t high on the priority list for some Millennials. After all, there are lots of other financial obligations you probably have to worry about right now — things like repaying college loans, buying a car and paying for car insurance, and saving for a down payment on a first home. But if […]

Succession Planning Strategies for Family-Owned Businesses

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Succession planning can be difficult for any business owner, but it’s often especially hard in family businesses. Sometimes, owners will put off succession planning for fear of disrupting family unity. For example, if one child is the heir apparent to take over leadership when you retire, you might be worried about hurting your other children’s […]

How to Properly Substantiate Your Charitable Donations

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‘Tis the season for … tax preparation. No, it’s certainly not as fun or exciting as the holiday season. One of the first tax-preparation steps is to confirm you have all records of your charitable donations. Any donations you make to qualified Section 501(c)3 charitable organizations may be deductible on your federal income tax return. […]

Should You Purchase Long-term Care Insurance?


Should You Purchase Long-term Care Insurance? Like many affluent Americans, you probably contribute regularly to one or more retirement savings accounts in order to build a nest egg for a financially secure retirement. But there’s at least one thing that could derail your carefully constructed retirement plans: an inability to care for yourself later in […]

Why Estate Planning Is Important Regardless of Your Age

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Many young couples and families are under the impression that estate planning doesn’t apply to them. They think that only middle-aged or older people with significant assets need to plan their estates. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Estate planning doesn’t have anything to do with age or how much money or other […]

IRS Inflation Adjustments Are Minimal for 2017


Each year, the IRS makes adjustments to a wide range of tax provisions to reflect the impact of inflation. With inflation relatively low, the adjustments made by the IRS for 2017 are very small. Here’s what you need to know about the 2017 IRS inflation adjustments: The contribution limits for qualified retirement accounts essentially remain […]

Not in the Family: When Should You Name a Corporate Trustee?


If your estate plan utilizes trusts to manage the distribution of property and other assets to your heirs, then you have a very important decision to make: Who will be your trustee? You have two main options when naming a trustee: You can designate an individual — such as a family member, friend or business […]

5 Year-end Strategic Moves That Could Reduce Your 2016 Taxes

Tax planning might not pop up on your radar until March or April when you start getting everything together in preparation to file your tax return. But waiting until the spring to start tax planning could be a big mistake. Why? Because there are certain strategic moves that must be made before December 31 in […]

5 Retirement Savings Questions to Ask Now


According to the Pew Research Center, 10,000 baby boomers now reach the traditional retirement age of 65 every single day. Some of these boomers have planned well for their financial security in retirement — but, unfortunately, many haven’t. A study conducted by GoBankingRates found that one-third of Americans have not saved any money at all […]