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Look back 2022 ­— Look ahead 2023

Look back 2022 ­— Look ahead 2023

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
January 25, 2023 Category: Finance, Markets, Bonds

COMMENTARY BY JERRY HERMAN, CFA® As we sit in the darkest days of the solar year, we are encouraged to know that the days ahead will have more light – the days will be brighter. And for the financial markets we are optimistic that this will be true in the figurative sense as well. 2022 was a year of recognition and reality - recognition that the stimulus endeavors of prior periods needed to be unwound and the reality that the process could be painful. 2023 offers opportunities and optimism - opportunities being presented in sectors and asset classes that we haven’t seen for some time and the optimism that the Fed will get it right and avoid a deep recession, and global and domestic political and social tension will ease.   In 2022, the forces of pandemic-induced supply chain disruptions, exceptionally high consumer demand for goods such as housing, autos, and appliances, and services like travel and entertainment, combined with an energy shock brought on by the Russia-Ukraine conflict, drove inflation to its highest level in four decades! In June, the inflation rate hit 9.1% and averaged just over 7% for the year, more than double the historical average of about 3%. To combat inflation, the Fed increased interest rates seven times during the year to 4.25-4.5%, levels not seen since 2008.  The year was difficult for investors. Facing the headwinds of rising interest rates, a very tight labor market, and capacity and supply constraints in ma

Financial resolutions to maintain throughout the new year

Financial resolutions to maintain throughout the new year

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
January 25, 2023 Category: Resolutions, Finance, Goals, Coordination

By Jim Lineweaver, CFP®, AIF® President and Founder It might not be so shocking to learn that many of us don’t stick to our New Year’s resolutions. In fact, according to a study conducted by the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania, only 8% of people achieved their New Year’s resolutions in 2021.  One problem that typically arises is that we set aspirational goals for ourselves instead of ones based on the reality of integrating them into our everyday activities. This can set us up for failure and create self-doubt in our abilities. Here’s a list of attainable resolutions I’ve put together to give you the confidence needed to stay true to your financial goals throughout the new year.  The first resolution that will help set a solid foundation to your financial plan is to set aside time to look at your insurance plans. You’ll want to make sure all your insurance is in proper order including life insurance, disability insurance and even property and casualty. Because we specialize in working with retirees, long-term care is of top priority to our clients. And if you have rental or vacation homes, you may want to consider an umbrella policy.  Another resolution is to establish your financial goals. Both long and short financial goals should be driven by your personal goals. That could look like sending your children or grandchildren to college, passing on the family business or having a retirement plan tha

Let Us Help With Your Taxes

Let Us Help With Your Taxes

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
January 25, 2023 Category: Tax

Tax season is upon us. Our Lineweaver Tax Team is ready to help you with all your tax needs. Lead by Tax Planning and Preparation Specialist Mark Sipos, from left, with Tax Assistant and Administrative Support Loryn Zaffle and Tax Associate Josh Wenhold. To learn more about our services or access helpful resources

Why Your Financial Plan Needs a Second Opinion

Why Your Financial Plan Needs a Second Opinion

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
January 13, 2023 Category: Second Opinion, Finance, Cosultation

People often question if they’re doing all they can to protect their portfolios from losses while taking advantage of buying opportunities. To help you gain more confidence in your financial well-being, it can be beneficial to get a second opinion.  Even if you’re happy with your current plan, a second opinion can help pinpoint issues or call attention to parts that might be overlooked otherwise. Here are five reasons why it might be time to consider a second opinion.   All financial planners are different, and each offers different services and products. You need a planner who is truly independent and not forced to offer a limited selection of options to meet your goals and objectives. The advisor you want is one that can customize a solution for whatever your circumstances may be.  You’ll want to make sure your advisor is a fiduciary, which means that an advisor puts your needs and goals before their own. If you’re currently seeing an advisor that is not a fiduciary like ours, that may mean they’re not keeping your best interests in mind.  Make sure you’re working with someone with the proper credentials. Ideally, you’ll want to see a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) because they follow higher standards in terms of education and ethics. The best of both worlds would be an independent fiduciary who is a CFP. Then they’d have access to almost any strategy, product or security and have to put your inte

What changes are coming to your retirement plan?

What changes are coming to your retirement plan

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
January 06, 2023 Category: Retirement 401k 529

After President Biden signed the omnibus spending package into law, there are new retirement rules coming down the pipeline that could make it easier to build up retirement savings – and less costly to withdraw them. Among other items, the Secure 2.0 Act will do the following: Requiring automatic 401(k) enrollment: Employers would be required to automatically enroll employees in their 401(k) plan at a rate of at least 3% but not more than 10%. Businesses with 10 or fewer workers and new companies in business for less than three years are among those that would be excluded from the mandate.   Increasing the age when RMDs would need to start: The current bill would increase the age to start your required minimum distributions from age 72 to age 73 in 2023 and then to age 75 in 2033. Additionally, the penalty for failing to take RMDs would be reduced to 25%, and 10% in some cases from the current 50%.   Creating bigger “catch-up” contributions for older retirement savers: Under current law, you can put an extra $6,500 annually in your 401(k) once you reach age 50. Secure 2.0 would increase the limit to $10,000, or 50% more than the regular catch-up amount, starting in 2025 for savers ages 60 to 63. Catch-up amounts also would be indexed for inflation. Additionally, all catch-up contributions will be subject to Roth treatment – meaning contributions are made with after-tax funds – except for workers who earn $145,000 or

Is market volatility taking a bite from your savings?

Is market volatility taking a bite from your savings

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
December 16, 2022 Category: General

In a year with down markets, constant volatility and rising interest rates, investing in CDs or bonds could prove an efficient way to get your money working harder for you. They may have a smaller return compared to historic returns from the S & P 500, but the reduced risk could be an improvement on a negative return or no return at all. Currently, there are CDs that are paying around the 4.5% range, and bonds that may pay up to 5%. And the Fed is continuing to raise rates. CDs are usually considered fixed instruments, so rising rates won’t affect those that you hold now. However, by staggering your purchases and building a CD ladder, which will let us keep layering in new CDs at increasing rates, you may benefit from rising interest rates. When considering a CD purchase, one important consideration is the term. Different interest rates will be offered for different durations. CDs also have the advantage of being FDIC-insured up to $250,000.  Another option you have to help your portfolio through market volatility is purchasing bonds. While they don’t have the insurance CDs have, they may pay a slightly better return to help compensate you for some additional risk. There are a variety of bonds like corporate bonds, municipal bonds and even United State Treasuries. With bonds, you should consider the duration, quality and tax status. Different maturities will have different outcomes. For example, one advantage of municipal bonds is the tax st

How should you prepare for retirement?

How should you prepare for retirement

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
November 03, 2022 Category: Retirement, Certified Financial Planner, Finance

A question that comes around often is not only how much you should save for retirement, but how much you should spend in retirement. When it comes to talking about how much to save, many times the rule of thumb is 10-15%. However, that assumes that you have saved that same amount for your entire career, and many of us haven’t.  Instead of just assuming a single savings rate, many financial advisors will suggest that you start by working backward. That means deciding when you want to retire and how much you’ll spend each year in retirement.  Once you set those targets, you can work backward to get the number you’ll need and then divide that by your remaining years and figure in market return. This will help you figure out how much you need to save. While this is a valid strategy many advisors use, an issue that arises here is that situations change. If you do this in your 20s, 30s or 50s, your priorities can be completely different when you’re in your 60s. Working backward can work, but you may want to check that the plan you made 20 or 30 years ago will still appeal to you when it comes to the time of retirement.  When it comes to figuring out how much to spend in retirement, many investors and advisors use the 4% rule, which says you can take about 4% of your portfolio in distributions every year. But as we’ve seen this year, inflation doesn’t always cooperate. If you don’t have strategies in your portfolio

Lineweaver Financial Group completes CEFEX certification for retirement planning

Lineweaver Financial Group completes CEFEX certification for retirement planning

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 24, 2022 Category: Retirement, Cefex, Certification

To demonstrate our commitment to the fiduciary responsibility we have when it comes to both personal and business financial planning, we recently completed the rigorous CEFEX certification for our retirement planning service division.  The CEFEX certification is a global fiduciary standard of excellence. It’s based on the international standard, ISO 19011: Guideline for quality management system auditing. The assessment is evidence-based, and all work is reviewed by the CEFEX Registration Committee to ensure impartiality and consistency. The assessment typically includes document review, client file sampling, on-site visits, and interviews with senior representatives at the firm. To be able to work with CEFEX means we’ve completed rigorous training and have been able to audit and provide feedback on our systems.  The CEFEX analyst we worked with holds not only the Accredited Fiduciary Credential, but also the Fiduciary Analyst Credential and a Qualified 401(k) Administrator designation. The point of holding these advanced credentials and training is to help provide fiduciary guidance, best practices, and overall accountability to firms like ours. Going forward, these best practices will be verified by annual audits and are intended to ensure that those who hold the certification place clients’ interests first, and this will continue to build trust with clients, along with fostering a culture of continuous improvement. This is an important

Lineweaver Financial Markets Update

Lineweaver Financial Markets Update

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 03, 2022 Category: Market Update, Finance, Newsletter

Following the conclusion of its September meeting, The Federal Reserve (Fed) announced another “jumbo” interest rate hike of 0.75% and communicated that further interest rate increases will likely be appropriate in the coming months. The Federal Open Market Committee now projects its target interest rate to be raised an additional 1.00% to 1.25% by the end of 2022. Following this announcement stock markets declined, resulting in the S&P 500 index re-entering bear market territory (more than 20% below its January high). In August’s inflation report, the Consumer Price Index rose 8.3% from a year ago, suggesting that inflation may prove higher and longer lasting than many previously believed. In response, Federal Reserve chairman Jay Powell reiterated that the Fed intends to continue raising interest rates, rather than prematurely pausing or pivoting as financial markets had hoped over the summer. From June lows to August highs, the S&P 500 index rallied nearly 19%. As you may recall, we took advantage of that run-up in equity markets to rebalance investment portfolios back in line with the asset allocation most appropriate to meet long-term investment objectives (for reference, asset allocation is the percent of a portfolio’s investments held in each major asset category, such as stocks, bonds, or other securities). We did this to manage risk as we entered what we felt may be a volatile fall. Thus far, stock declines have occurred while corpor

Tuition and Student Loan Payments

Tuition and Student Loan Payments

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 03, 2022 Category: Finance, Commentary, Newsletter, School Tuition

Anticipation is swirling around the pending student loan forgiveness plan announced by the Biden Administration in late August.   The plan can cancel up to $10,000 in debt for eligible student loan borrowers who didn’t receive a Pell Grant. If a borrower is a Pell Grant recipient, they will be eligible for up to $20,000. To be eligible, you must be a student loan borrower with a federal student loan and earned up to $125,000 of annual income (or $250,000 as a joint filer) during the COVID-19 pandemic.     Here’s where the plan is so far: An exact date for applying for loan forgiveness has not been set, but the U.S. Department of Education says to expect it by early October. The initial form will be available online, with a paper version available later.  The payment pause has been extended through the end of 2022, and another pause will not be coming. Interest will begin accruing again on January 1, 2023, and regular payments will resume. To receive loan forgiveness before the payment pause ends, the Department of Education recommends applying for relief before November 15. Loan servicers will send a notification when relief has been applied to an account. Borrowers should see forgiveness applied to their loan balances within four to six weeks after submission of the application. Note that borrowers with FFEL or Perkins loans not held by the Department of Education may not be able to obtain debt relief due to new guidance issued by the Depart

Original Lyrics by John Jaros Performed During National Police Week

Original Lyrics by John Jaros Performed During National Police Week

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 03, 2022 Category: Newsletter, Spotlight, Clients

From left, Michael Rae, Andy DiLiello and John Jaros Lineweaver Financial client John Jaros has potentially found his second act as a lyricist. While on the way home from an annual police memorial commemoration, the retired Mentor police captain was listening to Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” when he started coming up with his own lyrics. John was able to compose five verses, with each verse representing different people involved with a fallen officer.  Being encouraged by friends to build on the idea more, John partnered with retired Federal Agent Michael Rae and musician Andy DiLiello to create a tribute titled “Hallelujah, The Thin Blue Line.” Andy recorded the song and Michael worked his connections to send the lyrics to coordinators of this year’s National Police Week, which was held May 11 to 17 in Washington, D.C.  The coordinators loved the trio’s rendition and asked if it could be performed at some point during the commemoration.    Then on May 13, while a crowd of 10,000 people gathered at the National Mall, Andy opened the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial 34th Annual Candlelight Vigil with their creation, bringing John’s lyrics to

Behind the scenes at LFG

Behind the scenes at LFG

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 03, 2022 Category: Newsletter, Spotlight, Employee

LFG Investment Research and Client Service Team Member Dylan Casler poses with the foul ball he caught during a recent company outing to a Cleveland Guardians game against the Los Angeles Angels.   LFG employees participated in a friendly axe-throwing competition, where Travis Dragan, CFA®, FRM, CMT, Portfolio Manager, was deemed the “Lumber Lord” after earning the highest score and was presented an accompanying

Coordinating Your Business Financial Professionals

Coordinating Your Business Financial Professionals

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
September 29, 2022 Category: Business Coordination, Financial Professionals, Financial Services

It’s vital for a person to coordinate all their financial, tax, legal, and insurance needs and professionals – and the same is true for any business.  At Lineweaver Financial Group and LFG Tax, we help clients with, payroll, tax issues, bookkeeping, tax planning, and everything a business needs to do to make sure they’re being compliant and withholding and paying their employees and associated taxes. And with some clients, we can use the ADP platform as a way to help scale our effectiveness.  For example, we can use ADP’s systems and software to offer additional services to clients, like HR services and human capital solutions, benefits administration, and even pre-employment services, which helps us scale to a company’s needs and helps us to be effective at a company of 1 or 1,000.  These services can save real time and money for businesses. According to PR Newswire, companies often spend several days of work each month and thousands in administration expenses, depending on the company’s size. In addition to those services offered through LFG tax and our relationships with companies like ADP, we offer 401k and retirement planning services that can be coordinated with your payroll provider.  Having the right retirement plan is more important than ever. In the challenging labor market we’ve seen over the last year, a properly customized retirement plan and the other benefits your company offers can help you recr

Lineweaver Wealth Advisors Excited To Be Part of Crain's Top Advisors Again

Lineweaver Wealth Advisors Excited To Be Part of Crains Top Advisors Again

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Quarterback
July 08, 2022 Category: Commentary, Newsletter, Finance, Crain's

We are humbled and excited to share that we have been ranked in the top 20 of Crain’s Cleveland’s annual list of Registered Investment Advisors based on assets under management for the second year in a row. We were especially excited to move up on the list, after ranking in the top 25 in 2019 and 2020. While this is a great milestone and accomplishment for us, we know that there are really two reasons for it: a great staff, and client trust. Our staff work hard and go the extra mile for clients, and in turn clients trust us, use us as a valued sounding board, and introduce us to their family and friends. To us, there is no higher recognition. We also believe in personal service. We know how frustrated people are with phone trees and digital assistants where they have to answer questions and are often transferred and re-routed. We live in a fast-paced world that requires cutting-edge technology and the latest market analysis to make smart, informed decisions for all our clients. But, when it comes to service, we believe in a personal touch. You’ll always speak with a person, and we pride ourselves on getting you answers to your questions in 24 hours or less. For nearly 30 years, our team of qualified, experienced, and credentialed professionals has provided our private and corporate clients with a plethora of options for their financial needs. Our success lies in our continued commitment to providing clients with sound advice, world-class customer se

Everyone Should Have an Estate Plan in Place

Everyone Should Have an Estate Plan in Place

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Quarterback
July 08, 2022 Category: Newsletter, Financial, Commentary, Estate Plan

It’s important to plan for the future, especially when it comes to your legacy. That conversation can be a delicate one, but nevertheless, it’s important. When you think about your final wishes and making sure they are followed, you may also be thinking of your family, friends, and loved ones, and how you want to provide for them, even in a future you can’t be part of. Having the right estate plan in place can help you do this. According to CNBC, 67% of Americans do not have an estate plan explaining they just “…haven’t gotten around to it.” In that same survey, 12% of respondents said they do not know how to get a will. A 2019 Brookdale Senior Living poll, a company that operates retirement homes across the country, showed that 40% of Americans don’t know what’s in their parents’ wills and 30% don’t know if their parents even have a will. Boston College reported that “...roughly $59 trillion will be transferred from approximately 94 million estates in America between 2007 and 2061.” Of that 59 trillion, they report that “... beneficiaries will receive $36 trillion between 2007 and 2061, and $5.6 trillion will go to federal estate taxes.” This is where we can help. At Lineweaver Financial Group and Lineweaver Wealth Advisors, we offer two different paths with a range of options to meet every need. First, we work closely aside many elder law and estate planning attorneys who can work

Protecting One of Your Largest Assets - Your Home

Protecting One of Your Largest Assets   Your Home

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Quarterback
July 08, 2022 Category: Finance, Commentary, Newsletter

By John Kunze, Vice President of The Brooks & Stafford Company The real estate market has been crazy these last two years. Many of the home values in our area have increased 25% or more. The cost of building a new home has seen similar increases. There are many reasons, including a limited supply of homes for sale, lower interest rates, increased cost of building materials, shortage of skilled labor in the building trades, etc. But, what if there was a terrible loss to my home? Do I have enough insurance?  Is my home properly protected?  Understanding your insurance policy will help you protect your home in the way that is best for you. Homeowner’s policies use a Replacement Cost as the basis of coverage and claim valuation. Replacement cost is the cost to repair or replace the damage to your home without any deduction for age or depreciation, not the cost you could sell your home.  Make sure your policy is Replacement Cost contract and not an Actual Cash Value policy. Your insurance agent or company should be able to help you determine a fairly accurate estimate of your home’s Replacement Value. Once that is determined, make sure your agent includes a provision that each year changes your Dwelling Limit to coincide with the change in the new building costs – many companies call that “Inflation Guard Protection”. How do I protect against a huge increase in my home’s valuation during the policy

Is Breakfast Really The Most Important Meal of the Day?

Is Breakfast Really The Most Important Meal of the Day

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
July 08, 2022 Category: Newsletter, Finance, Commentary

Breakfast is often described as the most important meal of the day, but is skipping this morning meal really detrimental to health? Newer research suggests this may not be as bad as many of us believe. In this Honest Nutrition feature, we take an in-depth look at breakfast and whether skipping it is really harmful. Though around 15% of people in the United States regularly skip breakfast, many still believe it to be the most important meal of the day. Breakfast provides the body with important nutrients to start the day feeling energized and nourished. Many also believe that it can promote weight loss. But is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Most of the claimed benefits of eating breakfast are primarily derived from observational studies, which cannot prove cause and effect. For example, one 2021 systematic review of 14 observational studies found that those who eat breakfast seven times per week have a reduced risk for: heart disease diabetes obesity high blood pressure stroke abdominal obesity cardiovascular-related death elevated low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. Should You Eat Breakfast? Because breakfast gives us the opportunity to fuel our body with nutrients, it is an important meal. However, according to recent studies, it may not be the most important meal of the day. Eating breakfast and listening to your hunger cues are very important if you wake up hungry in the morning. However, if you get busy and skip breakfast one day, there

Combating Market Volatility

Combating Market Volatility

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
June 29, 2022 Category: Finance, Blog, Newsletter, New Year, Educational

  Financial markets are off to a challenging start this year as high inflation and rising interest rates have impacted both the stock and bond market. But at a time when news headlines and investors appear focused on the negative outcomes, we’re here to discuss some proactive moves investors can make to combat market volatility.   This year’s decline in both stocks and bonds has been painful for passive investors. Year-to-date a traditional portfolio of 60% stocks and 40% bonds has declined more than 10%, which is on pace for its worst year since 2008.   However, with the right professional financial advice, investors can be making proactive portfolio adjustments to better suit the current market environment.   Some of these adjustments might include implementing positions that benefit from higher inflation, shifting equity exposure from previous leadership to areas of the market that are emerging as winners in this new environment, and focusing on dividend stocks and higher yielding bonds.   Within equities, for over a decade, investors have been able to rely on growth areas of the stock market for leading market returns, however, now these areas such as consumer discretionary and technology are showing early signs of a possibly dimming return outlook.   While those areas may be challenged, prospects for other areas of the market appear to be brightening. These include areas such as the natural resource/energy sector

Lineweaver Wealth Advisors Recognized in Crain's 2022 List

Lineweaver Wealth Advisors Recognized in Crains 2022 List

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
June 17, 2022 Category: Finance, Blog, Newsletter, New Year, Educational

We are humbled and excited to share that we have been ranked in the top 20 of Crain’s Cleveland’s annual list of Registered Investment Advisors based on assets under management for the second year in a row. While this is a great milestone and accomplishment for us, we know that there are really two reasons for it: a great staff, and client trust. Our staff work hard and go the extra mile for clients, and in turn clients trust us, and use us as a valued sounding board, as well as introduce us to their family and friends. To us, there is no higher recognition. We also believe in personal service. We know how frustrated people are with phone trees and digital assistants where they have to answer questions, and are often transferred and re-routed. We live in a fast-paced world that requires cutting edge technology and the latest market analysis to make smart, informed decisions for all our clients. But, when it comes to service, we believe in a personal touch. You’ll always speak with a person, and we pride ourselves on getting you answers to your questions in 24 hours or less. For nearly 30 years, our team of qualified, experienced, and credentialed professionals has provided our private and corporate clients with a plethora of options for their financial needs. Our success lies with our continued commitment to providing clients with sound advice, world class customer service, and accessible resources for their current needs and future aspirations. We bel

Understanding Student Loans

Understanding Student Loans

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
June 02, 2022 Category: Blog, Economy, Commentary, Finance, Portfolio

Student loans are a great investment when continuing your education so it’s important to know the different kinds that are available and the strategies for dealing with them. According to data from Lendingtree.com, more than 2/3rds of graduates – from both public and private institutions – have student loans and it’s something that affects many Americans. For parents and grandparents of current college students, there are a few different kinds of student loans to understand. These fall into four categories: Subsidized, Unsubsidized, PLUS loans, and private loans. When it comes to Federal loans, there are essentially three kinds. Subsidized are only applicable to undergraduates with demonstrated financial need. Unsubsidized loans are not tied to financial need, and are available to all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. PLUS loans are available for graduate and professional students, as well as the parents of dependent undergrads. Subsidized and unsubsidized federal student loans don’t require a credit check, and you are able to secure them simply by signing a form indicating that you will pay them back. However, PLUS loans and private loans will require a credit check. Private loans come from banks and other financial institutions who lend directly to students and their families.  These are similar to any private loans, in that they’ll require a credit check, and the lender will want to see proof that you are

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