2 Ways to Help Children and Grandchildren Financially…Without Spoiling Them

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We all start out life by working for money. The goal should be to put some of the money we work for aside regularly and invest it.

4 Money Skills that Should be Shared with the Next Generation

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Below are four areas where parents can positively influence their children to help them build sound financial skills and a healthy relationship with money.

Thinking of Helping Out Your Adult Child(ren) Financially? You Might Not be Helping.

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A recent study1 conducted for Northwestern Mutual found one in three Baby Boomers (33%), the generation closest to retirement age, have less than $25,000 in retirement savings.

Are Gifts to Children Tax-Deductible?

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There is a way to receive a partial deduction for money that will eventually go to your children.

Meet Your Retirement Goals First, Then Help the Kids

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Should you offer financial assistance to your children?

Should You Provide Financial Assistance to Your Adult Children?

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A survey conducted by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) found that nearly 60%   

Should You Consider a Trust?

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Historically, only 10% of inherited wealth ever makes it to the third generation.

Do Your Parents Have a Will?

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Having this conversation can save a lot of time and money.

Will Your Estate Follow Your Charitable Intentions?

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Planning ahead is key.

Estate Planning Options for Parents of Minor Children

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Parents of minor children face the question of what to do with their assets through   

Teaching Your Children and Grandchildren the Basics of Money

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I recently spoke at Grace Church in Lititz, PA about the importance of teaching your   

You’ve worked hard to save for retirement. How can you turn your wealth into an income that’s designed to last your lifetime?

Now that retirement is a reality, or will be soon, you probably have questions. Here on our website, you can find generalized advice, but don’t you deserve advice tailored just to you?

Clint Krushinsky is here to help you get answers. Simply call him at 717-560-3800 or 1-888-876-3437. He’ll answer your questions and help you get to know us. If we are a potential fit for each other, Clint can arrange for up to two hours of initial consultation with no cost or obligation and no sales pitch.

2025 Lititz Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601
Phone: 717-560-3800, Toll-Free: 888-876-3437