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WeWork

An Important Lesson from WeWork

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The appeal of the company mission As a millennial, I grew up during the tech era and social media “boom.” Facebook was born in Mark Zuckerberg’s Harvard dorm room in 2004, a story now made famous by the 2010 movie “Social Network.” The first Apple iPhone was launched to market in 2007, after the massive success of the iPod in the half dozen years prior. Uber launched in 2009 as an alternative to expensive and inefficient taxicab options, paired with new technology that made it possible to summon transportation from a cell phone. These companies have changed the way people…
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market recap

Fall 2019 Market Recap

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In our Fall 2019 Market Recap, Deputy Chief Investment Officer Dmitriy Katsnelson and Chief Investment Officer Michael Moriarty offer insights into this quarter's market and investment trends. Fall 2019 Market Recap from Wealthspire Advisors on Vimeo. Wealthspire Advisors LLC is a registered investment adviser and subsidiary company of NFP Corp. This information should not be construed as a recommendation, offer to sell, or solicitation of an offer to buy a particular security or investment strategy. The commentary provided is for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon for accounting, legal, or tax advice. While the information is deemed…
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Summer 2019 Market Recap

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In our Summer 2019 Market Recap, Dmitriy Katsnelson and Michael Moriarty of our investments team discuss recent market trends and what to expect looking ahead. Wealthspire Advisors LLC is a registered investment adviser and subsidiary company of NFP Corp. This information should not be construed as a recommendation, offer to sell, or solicitation of an offer to buy a particular security or investment strategy. The commentary provided is for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon for accounting, legal, or tax advice. While the information is deemed reliable, Wealthspire Advisors, LP cannot guarantee its accuracy, completeness, or suitability…
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secure act

SECURE Act: Changes May Be Coming Soon to Retirement Savings

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Believe it or not, there is something that Democrats and Republicans in Congress can agree on, and that is the need for all Americans to increase their retirement savings. Although there is not yet consensus on what any final legislation may look like, there are enough similarities between House and Senate proposals to believe that there could be some movement here. The Senate Finance Committee first reported the Retirement Enhancement and Savings Act (RESA) in November of 2016, followed by a House version known as the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Act (SECURE), which passed the House Ways &…
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female advisors

The Wealth Management Experience for Female Advisors & Clients

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Perspectives from Women Advisors at Wealthspire Advisors As we observe International Women’s Day on March 8th, there is a lot to celebrate as gender gaps continue to be closed. 51% of women report they are the “CFO” of their household, and 62% of women report either being the main or co-breadwinner in their family. At the same time, it’s no secret that financial services industries continue to be male-dominated. Female financial advisors make up only 17% of the industry and women advisors account for only 23.3% of all Certified Financial PlannersTM (CFP®s). What’s reassuring is that the tides are starting…
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Opportunity Zones: Tax-Advantaged Investments to Bring Capital to Disadvantaged Communities

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 created a new tax-preferred opportunity that seeks to reinvigorate certain depressed communities while providing tax incentives to investors. According to the IRS, an Opportunity Zone, popularly dubbed “O-Zone,” is an “economically-distressed community where new investments, under certain conditions, may be eligible for preferential tax treatment.” Localities qualify as Opportunity Zones if they have been nominated for that designation by the state, and that nomination has been certified by the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. Investing in an Opportunity Zone through “Qualified Opportunity Funds,” or business entities that invest in tangible property within…
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cryptocurrency

The Cryptocurrency Question

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A very common financial question that we have been asked before relates to Bitcoin1 (or any type of other cryptocurrency). Is it real? How is it valued? Should we invest in it? Can it keep going up in price? The answers to these questions are not easily answered, are complex, and are dynamic over time. To start, Crypto comes from the Greek Kruptos, which means “hidden.” Because of the complexity of the subject matter, we would prefer to hide from making an opinion on cryptocurrencies in general. However, they (and the technology surrounding them) are increasingly relevant in our world…
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cybersecurity

Keep Your Identity to Yourself!

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With all the recent headlines from the hacking of consumer data at Equifax, combined with data breaches over the years at Target, JPMorgan Chase, Yahoo!, Sony, and many more, it is probably safe to assume that your personal financial data is not completely secure in our cyber world. Per a recent study by Javelin Research out of Pleasanton, California, about one out of every sixteen US consumers were a victim of identity theft in 2016, with damages close to $16 billion. Further, most victims are not even aware that they have been hacked for many months. Fraudsters using your basic…
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Credit reports and credit scores

Equifax Data Breach – Suggested Next Steps

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There is much we still don’t know about the massive data breach that occurred at Equifax, one of the three credit reporting bureaus. As of now, it appears that over half of the adult population of the United States – about 143 million people – had their personal identification information stolen. This data could include social security numbers, names, addresses and dates of birth. In other words, all that a fraudster would need to impersonate you and open new accounts, credit cards, etc. Other information like credit card numbers and drivers licenses also seems to have been stolen from a…
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cybersecurity

Identity Theft Prevention & Cybersecurity Best Practices

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Years ago, careful watch over your wallet and important documents was sufficient protection against identity theft and fraud. Unfortunately, those days are long gone, as such theft is growing exponentially, and cybersecurity breaches impact millions of people each year. Each individual must take action in order to keep his or her information safe. It is a mistake to assume that the safeguards your financial institutions (banks, credit cards, financial advisor, etc.) have in place are all that is needed to protect you. Below we highlight some cyber security best practices: Password Management Use a password manager to store details and…
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