What is Long Term Care? Are You Really Prepared to Pay for Your Retirement?

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Long term care (LTC) is defined as the provision of help with daily activities, such as bathing, shopping, and food preparation, over an extended period of time. Most Americans recognize they will need long term care services sometime in the future, whether after a surgery or in old age.  However, the vast majority of Americans […]

By |April 8th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Assurances vs. Insurances AdvisorOne.com by Tom Hamlin

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A couple of months ago I wrote Assurances vs. Insurances in my blog.  I’ve used this mantra for many years as one of the ways to describe what we do that is different from most other advisors.  I was then invited to write 1000 words for Research Magazine (AdisorOne.com) and I thought that this would […]

By |December 6th, 2010|Guest Blogger|0 Comments

What’s in a Name by Lincoln Collins

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People ask me, “Why did you name your company WealthVest,  what does it mean?”

Naming a company – like naming your child – is an important early decision for your company; it’s a critical aspect of the brand, an indelible mark.  And a good name means something to your customers.  It should be emotive and help […]

By |August 18th, 2010|Lincoln Collins|0 Comments

A Little Slice of Market History Part 3 by Wade Dokken

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“The arithmetic here is deceptively simple. If a company’s earnings will increase 15% this year, and if the P-E ratio remains unchanged, then presto! The “investment” shows a 15 percent performance, plus the small dividend. If the P-E ratio advances—as it did for Avon in almost every year–the performance becomes that much better. These results […]

By |August 12th, 2010|Uncategorized|6 Comments