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Don’t Treat Your Home Like A Cash Cow

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Don’t Treat Your Home Like A Cash Cow

Published by Ron Carson Almost everyone once thought of their house as their largest and safest investment—until the bubble burst. For generations, prudent “savers” would put sizable chunks of their incomes into their homes.

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Is your Legacy in a Dynasty…Trust?

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Is your Legacy in a Dynasty…Trust?

Published by Mark Petersen Many people struggle with determining how much inheritance to leave their children and future generations. As Wealth Planners, we often here the goal, “I want to leave enough wealth to my children to provide them with opportunity. However, I do not want to leave them so much they do not have to work.” 

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Affluenza

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Affluenza

Affluenza is a recent topic of debate in the news but many don’t understand what Affluenza is…or if it’s even real. So with Affluenza negatively impacting today’s youth, how can you avoid this epidemic? Watch the video below and contact us to discuss how you can avoid Affluenza in your home.

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We Believe in People

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We Believe in People

At Carson Wealth, what are we absolutely certain about? It’s people – coming together, uniting for a common goal. Watch the video below for more information on your trusted firm. Contact us today at 888-321-0808.

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Wealth Designed. Life Defined.

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Wealth Designed. Life Defined.

Published by Minna Burns At Carson Wealth Management, you hear us talk about our dedication to providing you with the highest level of personal and professional service. We always strive to be your most trusted advisor and are committed to implementing and following a client bill of rights and code of ethics.

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Stock Investing is Not Gambling – But it Can Be

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Stock Investing is Not Gambling – But it Can Be

Published by Brett Carson I have two pet peeves when it comes to discussing stocks with individual investors, whether it’s friends, family, a doctor or a cab driver.  The first is when someone asks what price a stock is selling for and then coming to the conclusion that it’s cheap or expensive depending on the number of shares they can buy.

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Dear Santa, No Puppies

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Dear Santa, No Puppies

Published by Beth Schanou During this time of year it is very common to see commercials or holiday movies with an adorable puppy or kitten as a Christmas gift. That scene and lasting image it leaves in our mind is very heart warming. While it may seem brilliant in that moment, gifting a puppy for Christmas is usually a bad idea.

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Is Survivorship Life Insurance Right for You?

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Is Survivorship Life Insurance Right for You?

Published by Mark Petersen Do you own a family farm or privately held business which you would like to keep in the family? A survivorship policy works well and may be recommended to create estate tax liquidity when a significant taxable estate value is held in one or more illiquid assets. Fair value may not be realized by having to sell illiquid assets quickly to pay an estate tax liability, which is due 9 months after a surviving spouse’s death. 

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Giving Thanks This Holiday Season

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Giving Thanks This Holiday Season

Published by Ron Carson With Thanksgiving just days away, I thought I’d take some time to share what makes me so thankful this holiday season. After all, aside from spending wonderful time with family and sharing great food (and wine), this holiday is all about reflecting and giving thanks for the year’s blessings.

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