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SimplyAdvised Podcast

Your go-to place to find trusted subject-matter experts who communicate critical information in a meaningful and memorable way, guiding you to make smart choices.

October 23, 2020 SimplyAdvised Team

Episode 1: The Family Estate Organizer With a Heart — With Dean Thurman

November 2, 2020 SimplyAdvised Team

Episode 2: The Advantage of Roths In Your Portfolio — With Kelly Boyd

November 13, 2020 SimplyAdvised Team

Episode 3: Your Ultimate Guide To the Bucket Strategy — With Mason Gorris

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Six End-Of-Year Tax Tips

Six End-Of-Year Tax Tips

While we may be approaching the end of the year, there is still time to trim your tax bill for next year. Whether you had a year full of financial gain, suffered financial losses or rode the middle ground all year, you can still make moves to put yourself in a better...

Six Common FAFSA Mistakes to Avoid

Six Common FAFSA Mistakes to Avoid

Billions of dollars of federal aid is given out to students across the country every year. The only way for your student to receive any of this money is by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as FAFSA. Schools use the information they...

College Scholarships and Grants: What You Need to Know

College Scholarships and Grants: What You Need to Know

Figuring out how to finance higher education for your child or children can be a daunting task. While there are many options to explore, looking into scholarships and grants (also known as gift aid) is a great place to start. Unlike student loans, scholarships and...