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The Four Levels of Life Insurance Planning

I’m very excited about the current revolution I’m seeing in the world of insurance advice. In the last few years, no-commission life insurance options have become more widely available, and that trend looks to be accelerating. Unfortunately, most folks are getting their life insurance advice the old-fashioned way.

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Around the Wilson Home

Over the years, I have written many technical planning and investment-related articles. To prove to you that I do have a life outside of work, I’m sharing some of the latest happenings with my family and me.

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Better Balance

Once you have done the hard work to determine a mix of holdings that's best for you, there is still plenty of work to be done. MILE Wealth uses smart rebalancing strategies and finely tuned software to keep client portfolios in check.

Investments Planning
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Real Estate In Client Portfolios

Most investors have an investment portfolio that’s exclusively made up of stocks and bonds. Adding holdings that provide other sources of income and capital gains makes good sense. There is one area I’ve used for several years and continue to be excited about – “core” real estate.

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Why Alternatives?

I’m expecting lower than average returns for the US stock and bond markets over the next five to seven years. With my concerns in mind, I have added Alternatives (“Alts”) to client investment portfolios.

Investments Insights
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Why Cyborgs Rule

The best chess players today are not grandmasters or chess-playing computers, they are human players who can most wisely use multiple chess programs ("cyborg" players). This same concept applies to the world of financial advice.

Planning Insights
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Don’t Skip Tax Planning For 2018

As the 2017 tax deadline approaches, I’ve been setting my sights on tax planning opportunities for 2018 and beyond. Everyone should be running tax projections for 2018. Waiting to see how things shake out for the year could lead to some big surprises next April.

Planning Insights