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Brandon Mink, CRPC®

Brandon Mink, CRPC®
With over two decades of experience in financial services, Brandon has seen his clients through both bull and bear markets. He draws on his expertise in retirement planning, and overall industry experience, to develop and manage financial strategies for high net worth individuals. As a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate), Brandon has been appointed by the court system to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children. www.casaforchildren.org
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Vanguard's Roadmap to Financial Security

By Brandon Mink, CRPC®

Nov 14, 2018

Are you confident you will achieve your future financial goals?  Have you sat down with your financial advisor recently to align your financial plan with life changes?   Educating yourself and...

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Basics of Estate Planning

By Brandon Mink, CRPC®

Oct 17, 2018

Do I need a will?  What is a trust?  To answer these questions and more, one must have at least a basic level understanding of estate planning.  According to Investopedia, "Estate planning is the...

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Investing in Yourself

By Brandon Mink, CRPC®

Sep 26, 2018

Learn how financial planning can help small business owners design the life —and live the lifestyle—of their choosing in their retirement years.

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Planning for Health Care Costs in Retirement

By Brandon Mink, CRPC®

Sep 19, 2018

Last month, we shared a PDF about the tax benefits of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).  If you did not get a chance to read it, you can click here.

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Mitigating Risks for Small Business Owners

By Brandon Mink, CRPC®

Sep 05, 2018

Mitigating risk starts with creating a risk management plan.  Small business owners encounter multiple risks as they seek to grow their business into a successful operation.  Check out another...

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The Triple Tax Benefits of Health Savings Accounts

By Brandon Mink, CRPC®

Aug 17, 2018

 

When planning for retirement, most Americans think mainly about using tax-advantaged savings vehicles like 401(k) or individual retirement accounts, while failing to consider the triple tax...

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Do I Make Too Much Money to Contribute to a ROTH IRA?

By Brandon Mink, CRPC®

Jul 25, 2018

In 2018, a married couple making more than $199,000 cannot contribute to a Roth IRA, but there is a solution, that same married couple can each make a regular (non-deductible) IRA contribution and...

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