This year on “Margaritas with Marguerita” show
If you missed it: Meet some of our recent guests!
- Episode 105: Corey Beal, CEO and Director of Joy, at Empowering
- Episode 104: Cary Carbonaro, author of “The Money Queen’s Guide: For Women Who Want to Build Wealth and Banish Fear.”
- Episode 103: Ashley Quamme, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Financial Behavioral Specialist®, and Certified Financial Therapist-Practitioner™
- Episode 102: Christine Simone, co-founder of Caribou who teaches us about Wealth Management with a Healthcare Twist.”
- Episode 101: Risk Management specialist Terrell Joyner, Financial Advisor, Charter Oak Financial on Episode 101 ofMargaritas with Marguerita, who will talk about risk management for clients new to being in the high-net-worth category.
- Episode 100 of Margaritas with Marguerita, stars Sheena Yap Chen, author of “The Tao of Self Confidence: A Guide to Moving Beyond Trauma and Awakening the Leader Within.”
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Scroll down to read some of the articles I’ve been quoted in this month. I think there’s some great information in these stories that you can apply to your financial plan.
Sept. 14, 2023 — Reaching career heights and achieving client goals on the road to success is the mission for Marguerita Cheng, CFP® Pro. In this episode of the WealthManagement EDGE Podcast, special guest host Nabia Jenkins-Johnston talks one-on-one with Marguerita Cheng, CEO of Blue Ocean Global Wealth, about her path to success as a financial planner. Marguerita shares her insights on establishing trust, the power of authenticity, and her inclusive approach to working with clients from diverse backgrounds and multiple generations.
Nabia and Marguerita discuss:
- Building credibility before entering the financial planning profession.
- The importance of authenticity and Inclusivity in creating judgment-free spaces for clients to openly discuss their financial situations.
- Early planning to secure financial futures for clients of all ages.
- Working with multi-generational families toward a life plan.
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Strategies like tax-smart allocation and tax-loss harvesting save big bucks in taxable investment accounts, by Marguerita Cheng — Although taxable investment accounts do not offer additional tax benefits, investors can still minimize taxes by carefully selecting the assets they buy and using a tax-smart investment strategy.
Investing involves assuming some risk and buying assets that will appreciate in value at a rate greater than inflation over the long term. Investments can decline in value, and it is important for investors to understand the impact of taxes on their returns. It’s not just about the tax bill, but the opportunity cost of the compounding benefit that could not be derived from that amount.
While there are tax-advantaged accounts (whether tax-deferred or tax-exempt retirement accounts) that provide tax benefits to investors, these accounts are not usually flexible, with multiple rules regarding withdrawals and limits on contributions.
On the other hand, taxable investment accounts provide flexibility and freedom in terms of withdrawals and contributions but no tax benefit. Click here to read more!
Marguerita Cheng is named #2 of 100 in The Investopedia 100
A Note from Caleb Silver, Editor in Chief, Investopedia.com: Dear Marguerita — On behalf of Investopedia, we’d like to congratulate you, once again, on being named among the top financial advisors on The Investopedia 100, our list of the most influential independent financial advisors in the country.
There’s a reason you continue to top this list, year after year, for the past seven years. You use your platform and your influence in the financial planning industry to make your clients and your fellow advisors smarter and better equipped to handle today’s challenges. Your work in your community also exemplifies what we mean by “influence”.
As you know, our ranking heavily weighs peer nominations as part of our methodology. It should come as no surprise to you that you were nominated by dozens of your fellow advisors who are grateful to you for the guidance you provide and the education that you so generously share. That, in and of itself, is an honor you should be proud of. We congratulate you, and we salute you for all of your efforts.
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Kiplinger: “Why You Need Medical, Financial Powers of Attorney for Your High School Grad” — Did you know that if you have adult children away in college or just living out of state or on vacation and they become incapacitated in a severe car or diving accident or a nasty fall while hiking, the hospital cannot legally offer you any information about their condition? In addition, the medical staff cannot allow you to make important financial and medical decisions for your adult children.
These concerns have been top of mind for me recently as my daughter graduated from high school and will be attending school out of state. If you’re like me and want to be proactive, below I discuss what you can do to make sure you stay informed if your adult child has a medical emergency. What information is protected?
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