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The Cares Act and Its Effect on Retirement Plans

The Coronavirus, Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act includes several provisions pertaining to qualified retirement plans and individual retirement

The Impact of COVID-19 on Your 401(k)

For most people, the largest asset they own is their qualified retirement plan. For some, this account may be in the “accumulation” phase for

Market dive puts advisers on the offensive

Derek Eichelberger, director of investment strategy at Schneider Downs Wealth Management Advisors, provides insight into maintaining composure in a poor

| 3.1.2020

SDWMA Newsletter March 2020

President Donald Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Stimulus Bill on March 27, 2020. At over eight hundred pages long, the bill offers much-needed support

| 3.1.2020

Participant Newsletter March 2020

The big question when it comes to retirement is, “How much money am I going to need?” With all of the advanced education and strategy tools available, it is still often difficult to understand the difference between what you can save for retirement and what is needed to retire.

David Brinkman provides insight on what to do with your tax refund.

Have you ever wondered how you should spend your tax refund? David Brinkman, investment relationship manager with Schneider Downs Wealth Management Advisors

Financial Boot Camp Series: Behavioral Investing Challenges

Human emotion has been shown to be the Achilles Heel of most investors as Charles Munger, long-time partner of Warren Buffet, once said, “A lot of

SECURE Act - Part-Time Employee Participation

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019 (SECURE Act) includes a provision that would require 401(k) plans to cover certain

SECURE Act: Treating Excluded Difficulty of Care Payments as Compensation for Determining Retirement Contribution Limitations

Many home healthcare workers do not have taxable income because their only compensation comes from “difficulty of care” payments that are exempt

SECURE Act: Benefits for Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Medical Responders

Back in 2007, the Volunteer Responder Incentive Protection Act (VRIPA) was enacted, exempting property tax benefits and up to $600 per year of other incentives

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