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At Bulman Wealth Group, we have helped hundreds of clients in Roseville and Temecula, CA achieve their financial goals by providing unbiased financial advice. Check out some of our useful guides below, and don’t forget to request your complimentary, no-obligation financial review!

Your Guide to Roth IRAs
An IRA is an investment account that you own that typically holds stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs, and more. It is structured and regulated with limitations and tax advantages for using the account to grow a fund that is then used to provide you income in retirement. The Roth IRA is a tax-advantaged retirement account, but some of its tax advantages are structured differently than the Traditional IRA.
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Women’s Retirement Planning Guide

They say “men are from Mars and women are from Venus” and their differences carry over into financial planning. In a world where women oftentimes share, or own, the responsibilities of household finances, and often are the major “bread-winner”, it makes sense that you are adequately addressed. There are a disproportionate number of men in the financial space today, so let’s take a moment to address some financial needs unique to women. Since women tend to outlive men, and nearly half of marriages end in divorce, you are often in situations where finances entirely rest on your shoulders.

Legacy & Estate Planning – Understanding The Basics

The Legacy and Estate Planning Guide discusses how it’s not just the uber-wealthy that benefit from having an estate and legacy plan. It’s anyone who wants their wishes to be honored after their passing. Essentially, this guide covers the options and tools you have to create an estate plan and the tax benefits of having one. Read this guide to learn the basics of legacy and estate planning.

Market Volatility – Protecting Your Savings

Planning for retirement is never a “set it and forget it” activity: There are unexpected disasters, market drops, and changing laws that invariably cause retirees to reevaluate their plans of action. Ultimately, there is no way to predict everything that will cause market downturns, such as diseases, natural disasters, or political instability. However, you can prepare yourself for a downturn by having a solid financial plan in place. The most recent bout of market volatility likely won’t be the last you’ll see in your lifetime, so why not have a plan to address future market drops? If you’re concerned about your financial security as you near and enter retirement, assessing your risk tolerance, reevaluating your portfolio, and seeking professional advice could be a good idea.

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