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Investing principles from Jentner Wealth Management. Visit Jentner.com for more information.

The views expressed are intended to be general in nature. They should not be construed as investment advice or recommendations, but as illustrations of broader economic themes. The commentaries are provided for informational purposes only, and are not an offer or recommendation for any security or investment product, or a prediction of future performance.
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December 2015 Episodes:
Jentner Wealth Management
  • Pub Date: Dec 21, 2015
  • How You Might Reduce Your Tax Burden
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  • How You Might Reduce Your Tax Burden

    Who pays the income taxes in the United States of America? The Top 20% pay 84% of the income tax. The bottom 40% don’t pay income taxes – they get money back through various tax credit benefits.¹

    This is Bruce Jentner of Northeast Ohio Jentner Wealth Management with another two minutes to strengthen your financial future.

    The top 1% of earners pay nearly half of the income tax.¹ Is there anything you can do to improve your tax situation?

    News: Bruce Jentner and Jentner Wealth Management were recently featured in the Wall Street Journal in writer Shefali Anand's article, "This Adviser Buys Small Stocks ‘on Sale’ - Jentner rebalances in line with long-term trends, favors indexing over active management."

    The views expressed are intended to be general in nature. They should not be construed as investment advice or recommendations, but as illustrations of broader economic themes. The commentaries are provided for informational purposes only, and are not an offer or recommendation for any security or investment product, or a prediction of future performance.
Jentner Wealth Management
  • Pub Date: Dec 14, 2015
  • Why Both Spouses Should Be Involved in Financial Affairs
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  • Why Both Spouses Should Be Involved in Financial Affairs

    Typically one spouse is more interested in investing. However, both husband and wife should consider financial and investment planning. Both husband and wife should agree on the selection of a financial advisor. Both should attend the meetings with their investment professional.

    News: Bruce Jentner and Jentner Wealth Management were recently featured in the Wall Street Journal in writer Shefali Anand's article, "This Adviser Buys Small Stocks ‘on Sale’ - Jentner rebalances in line with long-term trends, favors indexing over active management."

    The views expressed are intended to be general in nature. They should not be construed as investment advice or recommendations, but as illustrations of broader economic themes. The commentaries are provided for informational purposes only, and are not an offer or recommendation for any security or investment product, or a prediction of future performance.
  • Pub Date: Dec 07, 2015
  • Why You Should Consider Power of Attorney Documents
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  • Why You Should Consider Power of Attorney Documents

    We all have different goals. But virtually all of us have at least two goals in common: a desire to be independent and to be in control.

    News: Bruce Jentner and Jentner Wealth Management were recently featured in the Wall Street Journal in writer Shefali Anand's article, "This Adviser Buys Small Stocks ‘on Sale’ - Jentner rebalances in line with long-term trends, favors indexing over active management."

    The views expressed are intended to be general in nature. They should not be construed as investment advice or recommendations, but as illustrations of broader economic themes. The commentaries are provided for informational purposes only, and are not an offer or recommendation for any security or investment product, or a prediction of future performance.