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Thankful

With the Thanksgiving holiday upon us this week, it is naturally the time of year when you get inundated with the “what I’m thankful for” articles and blog posts. There’s nothing wrong with that, as it’s certainly a good thing to reflect on one’s blessings to be sure. But for whatever reason, we have never done one of those ourselves, until now.

MS Ride Wrap Up

On September 21st & 22nd, for the sixth year running, Team Topel & DiStasi Wealth Management completed the two-day charity ride Waves to Wine 2019 in support of the National MS Society, and we just wanted to pass on a few thoughts and impressions of a great weekend on bikes and in the company of so many nice people all rallying for such a worthy cause.

Roth IRA Conversions - What to Consider

We’ve been getting a number of questions about Roth IRA conversions lately, and although we have covered this issue in the past, we thought it made sense to do so again since it’s been quite a few years. The question most often asked is: “Should I convert some or all of my Traditional IRA dollars to a Roth IRA?”.

Join Topel & DiStasi Wealth Management at Bike MS: Waves to Wine 2019

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a potentially debilitating disease which causes damage to the insulating covers of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, and for which there is no known cure.

MS is a disease which has closely affected the families of multiple members of our firm here at TDWM, and so, for the sixth year running, Topel & DiStasi Wealth Management is thrilled to once again be sponsoring a cycling team in this year’s Bike MS: Waves to Wine charity ride to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society on September 21st-22nd, 2019.

Say Goodbye to the Restricted Application for Spousal Benefits

2019 marks the last year people can take advantage of a Social Security rule that will soon be phased out. That rule is called filing a restricted application to receive spousal benefits, and was eliminated, except for some older Americans, in 2015 when Social Security was revised. If you are a baby boomer turning full retirement age this year, and your spouse is already receiving benefits, or soon will be, this is something you should certainly look into.

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