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Saving, investing and growing your money; reducing your taxes owed; enjoying your life now and during retirement; protecting your assets and even passing on a good legacy to your heirs requires meticulous, expert planning.
Here at David Ortiz Advisors, we help you to plan smarter and live better through unique strategies that offer the highest income and liquidity possibilities.
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Own A Home Or Got Money In The Bank?
Find out why you ABSOLUTELY need a trust! In today’s topsy turvy economic climate, having a sound trust to secure your belongings, assets and money can make all of the difference in the world.
Invest Smarter…Live Better
Ever wonder why some people always seem to make money investing? Because they get the BEST Investing Advice! We don’t simply help you to invest. We help you to INVEST SMARTER.
Estate & Financial Planning Do’s And Don’ts
Here’s everything you need to know about wealth generation, accumulation and preservation. It’s not just about how much you make. It’s also about how much you keep and for how many generations you keep it!
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Build a Plan for a Lifetime: Invent Your own Retirement
Most of us pride ourselves in being resourceful, resilient, and self-reliant. Whatever challenges come our way, we typically take them on with energy, resolve, and determination. So it is with the transition to retirement. However we view “retirement” — and we each define it in our own way — we can all embrace this new phase of life with the same sense of reinvention that we’ve mastered at all of life’s turns.
Danger of Outdated Estate Plan: 10 Common Pitfalls to Avoid
Do you remember when you last reviewed your estate plan? If the answer is when you first signed the stack of documents at your attorney’s office, then you’re not alone. Many of us complete an estate plan and then fail to revisit it for years (and some never do). It is important, however, to review a plan every so often due to ever-changing tax laws and major life events, such as a birth, marriage, divorce, or death.
Insights & Perspectives
How much money do I need for my retirement?
Probably one of the biggest question if not the biggest question when it comes to retirement planning, is how much money will I need for my retirement? This question is complicated because it affects you every day before and during your retirement trying to budget your day to day life now while budgeting your eventual retirement expenses. One of the most basic ways of retirement budget planning is by looking at your budget now, adding inflation and taking out your expenses from working and there you go.
Maximize Social Security And Maximize Your Retirement
Social Security is a program that has helped generations of Americans retire simply, safely, and without reason to worry, until recently. In recent years less and less retirees have been able to count on social security as a main flow of retirement income. In fact, some say that social security might not even be around for the next generations. Why is that? Well if you think about Social Security as a checking account it becomes easier to grasp the situation and why it is as bad as it is.
Don’t Outlive Your Retirement
One of the main concerns, if not the main concern, with retirees and soon to be retirees today is the fear that they will outlive their retirement fund and be left depending on their children or others for their well-being. With life expectancy going up every single day and healthcare getting more expensive every day it’s a very valid concern, especially when you realize that you’re withdrawing money from your account for years without putting anything back in, not to mention that the entire time inflation is devaluing your money every single day.