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    Basics of Financial Planning – July 2017

    On July 19th, we covered the basics of financial planning during a LIVE webinar.

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    Market Observations June 2017

    With the first half of 2017 coming to a close, we’re seeing a shift in equity market leadership, with European large-cap stocks emerging from their doldrums and international stocks generally showing attractive returns.

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    How Can Technology Help You Manage Your Money?

    Today, there are countless ways technology can help you manage your money, create a better budget, and even save on the purchases you make every day. We believe that each of these can be an important component of a holistic financial plan.

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    Digital Deception: Current Trends in Cybercrime

    Cybercrime is a growing topic of importance. What tactics are digital thieves using today and, more importantly, how can investors protect themselves? Explore this topic to ensure your hard-earned assets are as safe as possible from cyber threats.

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    Saving for College AND Retirement

    These days it’s not uncommon for parents to postpone starting a family until both spouses are settled in their marriage and careers. Though this strategy can be advantageous, it can also present a dilemma — the need to save for college and retirement at the same time. Facing this dilemma? Download our four page resource which can help you navigate this challenging scenario.

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    Portfolio Stress Test

    Is your portfolio positioned for a major market event? More importantly – does your portfolio match your tolerance for risk? Our portfolio stress test can help you understand the answer to each of these questions. We provide this complimentary service to our clients and members of the public.

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  1. How Can Technology Help You Manage Your Money?

    Today, there are countless ways technology can help you manage your money, create a better budget, and even save on the purchases you make every day. We believe that each of these can be an important component of a holistic financial plan.

  2. April is Financial Literacy Month

    At Atlas Private Wealth Management, we believe that an informed client is an integral part of the financial planning process. We emphasize ongoing client education because most people are more comfortable making decisions if they understand the relevant facts and information.

    We understand that the financial planning needs of a young family just getting started and a couple living in retirement are very different. With that in mind, we asked our team of Wealth Management Advisors to provide some of their favorite articles for every stage of the financial journey: getting started, building wealth, retiring soon, recently retired, and living in retirement.

  3. Helpful Links

    Here you will find third party resources which are useful at any stage of your financial journey. Whether you are planning for college or navigating eldercare issues, these links are a great starting point. Have questions about the information shown? Contact your Atlas Private Wealth Management Advisor for more information.

  4. Saving for College AND Retirement

    These days it’s not uncommon for parents to postpone starting a family until both spouses are settled in their marriage and careers. Though this strategy can be advantageous, it can also present a dilemma — the need to save for college and retirement at the same time. Facing this dilemma? Download our four page resource which can help you navigate this challenging scenario.

  5. What is a Sustainable Withdrawal Rate? Does 4% Work in 2017?

    If you’re approaching retirement, an important consideration is how much you can withdraw from your account each year. The sustainability of your savings depends not only on your asset allocation and investment choices, but also on how quickly you draw down the account(s).
    Basically, you want to withdraw at least enough to provide the income you need, but not so much that you run out of money quickly, leaving nothing for later retirement years. The percentage you withdraw annually from your savings and investments is called your withdrawal rate. The maximum percentage that you can withdraw each year and still reasonably expect not to deplete your savings is referred to as your “sustainable withdrawal rate.”

  6. Portfolio Stress Test

    Is your portfolio positioned for a major market event? More importantly – does your portfolio match your tolerance for risk? Our portfolio stress test can help you understand the answer to each of these questions. We provide this complimentary service to our clients and members of the public.

Whether you are just getting started or living in retirement, Atlas Private Wealth Management is here to provide expert advice, insight, and perspective.

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