Our Economic Clock Diagram showcases the cycle of the market, and the emotions many of us feel along the way. Download below to see how we anticipate people's reactions during changing market conditions.
We sat down with our advisor Travis Weaver, who shared more about his background, hobbies and current trends in retirement planning. Travis co-founded Weaver Consulting Group with the purpose of helping people make important decisions.
We sat down with our advisor Hunter Peterson, who shared more about himself, involvement in the community and why he loves his job. Hunter joined Weaver Consulting Group in 2017.
We sat down with Jason Weaver, one of our managing partners, and he shared more about himself, his passion behind financial advising and trends he is currently seeing. Jason currently lives in Huntington Beach, along with his wife (Shannon), two children (Colin & Haley), and their two dogs (Frankie & Remi). Jason was recognized for the fourth year in a row on the Forbes Best-In-State Wealth Advisors for 2022.
Weaver Consulting Group is delighted to announce that our managing partner, Jason Weaver, has been recognized as #86 in the Forbes Best-In-State Wealth Advisors List for 2022, his fourth year in a row.
Jason co-founded Weaver Consulting Group based on a realization that advice is everywhere. Jason believes clients want a consultant that offers unbiased and personalized advice from someone who cares about them and their family. Formerly of Ameriprise Financial Advisers, Jason devoted 20 years developing a thriving practice.
Weaver Consulting Group is a local, family owned, Registered Investment Advisory practice in Huntington Beach, California. We have been providing our expertise and sharing our experiences for the last 22 years.
The new Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act might make it easier for small business owners to offer retirement plans. For many people, their work is the main place to find retirement savings tools and access retirement plans. The SECURE Act has been one of the largest overhauls of the United States retirement system in many years. The new legislation might make it easier for small business owners financial incentives to offer employees a plan.
Due to life expectancies increasing, some are choosing to continue to work longer. These two changes brought by the SECURE Act could be beneficial to those people. The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act has been one of the largest overhauls of the retirement system in the U.S. in decades. Before the SECURE Act, savers were not allowed to make contributions to their Traditional IRA once they turned 70 ½. For those who retired before 70 ½, this rule might not have been as restrictive because they were no longer earning income.
The Secure Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act was passed in December 2019. It includes reforms to increase access to plans in the workplace and expand retirement savings. This legislation includes changes that can affect defined contribution plans, defined benefit plans, individual retirement accounts and 529 plans. The Secure Act went in to effect on January 1, 2020. It changed the Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) requirements for inherited accounts and increased the age that you are required to start taking your RMD.