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08 MarWinter 2019 Newsletter


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All the latest and greatest from FP Inc. is here in our Winter 2019 Newsletter.

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05 DecFall 2018 Newsletter


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The Financial Plan newsletter for Fall 2018 is now available here: Fall 2018 Newsletter

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04 SepSummer 2018 Newsletter


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Read the latest news and updates from Financial Plan Inc in our Summer 2018 Newsletter.

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08 MaySpring Newsletter 2018


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Read the latest updates and insights from Financial Plan advisers in our quarterly newsletter, The Plan. Spring 2018 Newsletter

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19 AprMarket Volatility


Why is the stock market volatile? It’s a question that many of us have pondered at one time or another, especially…

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25 AprSpring 2017 – Is Economic Growth a Reliable Indicator of Future Equity Returns?


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We recently learned that the US economy has grown at a 2.1% annual rate since the recovery began in 2009. This…

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31 JanOnline Sites at Financial Plan, Inc. – Winter 2017


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After inquiring with our clients,  it seems that many are not particularly active in logging on to our various online sites. …

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07 OctPlease Welcome The Newest Addition To Our Company: Justin Gross


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The history of our firm and our clients has been one of success, and as a result, we have experienced a…

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05 AugTrailing by One Point. No Time on the Clock. Two Free Throws. – Summer 2016


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The market decline of early 2016 was not anywhere near the magnitude of a bear market such as we experienced in…

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03 NovWithdrawal Rates – Autumn 2015


W. Devin Wolf, CFP®

W. Devin Wolf, CFP®

Devin Wolf, CFP® serves as our Chief Investment Officer (CIO) and leads our 401(k) branch. As a wealth manager Devin is responsible for delivering comprehensive financial solutions to high net worth clientele. His expertise in navigating complex situations has lead to working with business owners and clients with taxable estates.
W. Devin Wolf, CFP®

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In the latest edition of The Plan, Jamie mentioned the 4% rule of thumb for withdrawal rates. To delve a bit…

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22 JulSavings Rates – Summer 2015


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Many years ago when I was just beginning my budding career,  an older and wiser financial advisor told me that “the…

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20 MayWelcome Gabriel Twining – Spring 2015


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In February, my youngest son Gabriel graduated from Saybrook University in Seattle with a Master’s Degree in Industrial Psychology with a…

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11 JanHome Bias – Winter 2015


If you’ve been with us long enough, you know that we value efficient diversification on a very large scale. True diversification decreases…

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05 OctFinancial Plan is Moving – Autumn 2014


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  After 17 years in our downtown office, Financial Plan is moving to a new office location.  Beginning October 1st, 2014…

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04 JulThe Not So Simple Answer – Summer 2014


W. Devin Wolf, CFP®

W. Devin Wolf, CFP®

Devin Wolf, CFP® serves as our Chief Investment Officer (CIO) and leads our 401(k) branch. As a wealth manager Devin is responsible for delivering comprehensive financial solutions to high net worth clientele. His expertise in navigating complex situations has lead to working with business owners and clients with taxable estates.
W. Devin Wolf, CFP®

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As a Financial Plan client, you often receive simple advice that is easy to follow. Your first impression might have been…

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