This holiday season certainly does not look like any other we have experienced. It takes a bit of a mindset change to make the most of what should be a cheerful and hopeful time of year. Typically, during this season, our team partakes in a service project to help others. Because we cannot be together in person, we decided to change our perspective and think about what others have done for us and how often small random acts of kindness can inspire us all to be a bit more joyful this year. We hope you enjoy us sharing how kindness has recently entered our lives and inspired us to act with a little more kindness ourselves.
Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal Leadership TrustBy Sharon Olson, President, CFP and Nicole Scanlon, J.D., Managing Director, Family Wealth. Olson Wealth Group brings wise counsel and clear strategies to deliver real-life returns for generational wealth. My company helps families build wealth and pass it down through generations. But of course, it’s more than just
Last Thanksgiving, I posted this message on our website and received a favorable response from my clients. I thought it might be good to repost since the homeless have been especially hard hit this year.
Today is Give to the Max Day! Consider joining thousands of generous donors in helping to support local charities. While giving cash is one way, there are many other ways to maximize your generous donation so that it fits within your financial plan. #GTMD20
IRA owners are seeking alternative ways to incorporate tax effective giving strategies into their estate plans. One way to maximize a gift to a beneficiary, while also benefiting a charity of choice, is by using a Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT).
The CARES Act, Section 2206 offers an opportunity that benefits both employees and employers. Until the end of this year, employers can pay up to $5,250 toward an employee’s student loans tax-free.
I recently received an e-mail from a client who found a new focus and clarity during his time of transition.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) that was passed March 27th, 2020 includes temporary, but meaningful, changes to laws relating to income planning for 2020.
As we have been advised to exercise our business continuity plan and work remotely, I am surprised by the ease and efficiencies we have uncovered while working together “apart.”
Turning your interest into a sustaining hobby is the first step to enjoying those golden years in retirement.
With the recent blast of frigid air and Thanksgiving around the corner, I would like to share a very personal experience that I’m sure has happened to you also.
Kevin Fruechte, Chief Research and Operations Officer at Olson Wealth Group, completes the Certified Private Wealth Advisor (CPWA®) program and now combines this certification with his CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER (CFP®) and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) credentials. In so doing, he becomes the sole advisor in Minnesota to simultaneously hold all three of these prestigious designations.
U.S. Trust survey notes that 60% of millennial investors either own impact assets or have expressed interest in impact investing, versus 24% of baby boomers. This can lead to tension when transitioning money and family values to the next generation.
Investors that hold a large portion of their net worth in a single stock can be at risk for a number of reasons. Let’s talk about when to hold and when to diversify.
Family of origin impacts how you talk and feel about money as an adult.