For many of these topics, there are year-end deadlines or contribution cut-offs that are important to note. Missing them could result in penalties, higher tax bills and other financial repercussions.
Conversations to Have With Clients
To determine which topics advisors should surface to clients before year-end, SmartAsset spoke with Elliot Herman, partner and chief investment officer at PRW Wealth Management LLC.
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Herman is responsible for his firm’s investment advisory process, including the development of investment strategy, asset allocation, and investment manager and product due diligence. He also oversees the firm’s wealth management practice, developing plans focused on the areas of wealth transfer, retirement, investment, tax, risk management and estate planning.
The webinar, moderated by Susannah Snider, managing editor for financial education at SmartAsset, was live-streamed on Nov. 17.
Here are the 10 topics discussed:
For more context and advisor tips, watch the video.
The panel did not offer advice, and each circumstance is unique. A tax professional should be consulted when executing these strategies.
Elliot Herman is not an employee of SmartAsset and is not a SmartAdvisor client. Additionally, he has not been paid for his participation.
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