Northington Blog


Your Risk Protection Plan

Your insurance at mid-life: Gauging if you are underinsured.

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Will The Fed Cut Rates With Stocks At All Time Highs?

We continue to expect a 25 basis point cut and don’t anticipate a 50 basis point (.50%) cut, as we discussed in more detail in The Deep Rate Cut Debate.

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Executive Compensation Packages

When you reach the executive level at an established company, you are offered some potentially significant rewards for staying put

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Ageism? As Soon As 40?

You may feel the financial impact of age discrimination in the workplace

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Save and Invest Without Even Thinking About It

Automate your retirement planning and wealth-building approach.

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Covering The Costs Associated With Alzheimer’s Disease

No one likes to talk about death, but and end-of-life plan is as necessary as it is difficult.

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Failure to Launch, Get Your Kids Out of Your 401(k) !

When grown kids struggle to launch, some anxious middle-aged mothers and fathers may fall into the parent trap -overextending themselves and ravaging their 401k plans.

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The Rise of the Fee-Based Financial Advisor

Stephen Northington, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional, A future ready firm certainly is one that has or does most of their business as a fee bassed professional

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Tips to Start Planning for Long-Term Care Today

In our culture, many people try to avoid discussing the processes involved as mature adults retire age into seniors. However, it is important to have conversations about planning for your care and the future of your family should the need arise. Long-term care can be expensive, particularly if your family is not prepared for the […]

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How Husband & Wives Hide Assets?

Certified Divorce Financial Analyst- a financial professional certified in all financial issues in divorce.

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