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The appeal of small home living has really been catching on. Many people are shying away from buying super-sized homes and opting for a much littler footprint for their family, even though bigger, more expensive houses are a viable option. The reason? There’s a lot of financial benefit to keeping your housing costs down. One Read More

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Happy New Year to all! We hope you had a truly wonderful holiday season. With all the celebrating going on, you may have gotten a bit behind on the personal finance happenings. No worries! Here’s a look back at what we’ve been focusing on: October: Planning ahead for life’s unpredictability: Unexpected things in life happen Read More

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The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is well underway. If getting financially organized is at the bottom of your immediate to-do’s, it’s completely understandable. But before you know it, the holidays will come and go, and we’ll be preparing to start a fresh new year. Working on those resolutions? Add increasing your financial Read More

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The topic comes up quite often in conversation. People want to know why we decided to go out on our own and found McKay Wealth Management Group in the first place. In the grand scheme of things, starting our own registered investment advisory firm probably wasn’t the easiest way to continue our respective careers after Read More

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In Part 2 of this blog series, let’s cover those regular estate planning to-do’s. By “regular”, we’re talking about those items that need to be reviewed, updated, and checked on from time to time. An annual check-in is ideal. Add it to your New Year resolutions list perhaps! Once you have your estate plan groundwork Read More

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You’re busy trying to soak up all that life has to offer. You want to spend quality time with your family and friends. You want to travel the world. The last thing you probably want to be thinking about is what’s going to happen once you’re gone. Understand that making tough estate planning decisions now Read More