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Chip Hymiller, CFP® Interviewed about Financial Wellness

In Cash Flow and Budgeting, College & Education Savings, Company News, General Financial Planning, Investments, Personal Finance, Personal Financial Planning, Retirement Planning by Chip Hymiller

Chip Hymiller, CFP® was recently interviewed on the show Community Matters with host, Bill LuMaye. The topic for the show was financial wellness. Chip’s segment of the show highlighted the need to prioritize financial goals, manage debt and develop a strategic long term plan.

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Intra-Family Planning: 5 Wealth Transfer Strategies to Consider

In Charitable Gifting, College & Education Savings, Estate Planning, General Financial Planning, Insurance, Personal Financial Planning, Retirement Planning, Tax by Chip Hymiller

Through hard work and sound financial planning, some find themselves in situations in which they are contemplating intra-family financial planning. That is, identifying financial planning techniques that can be used to financially strengthen the next generation—children and grandchildren.

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Coverdell Education Savings Accounts vs. 529 Plans

In College & Education Savings, General Financial Planning, Personal Finance, Personal Financial Planning by Chip Hymiller

Parents have many different options when it comes to saving for their children’s educations.  There are UTMAs, savings bonds, Roth IRAs, Coverdell Education Savings accounts and 529 Plans, just to name a few.  Each person’s savings strategy is different depending on how the money will be used, the income of the parents, the future cost of the education and the …

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529 College Savings Plans FAQ

In College & Education Savings, General Financial Planning, Personal Finance, Personal Financial Planning by Chip Hymiller

I can tell you from experience that children grow up fast! It is very hard for me to believe that my sweet daughter, Abbey, will be starting kindergarten soon. Five years have passed in the blink of an eye!

Section 529 College Savings Plans can be an excellent tool when saving for college. While there are many benefits when using the 529 Plan, there are also a number of drawbacks. Here are a number of frequently asked questions: