Retirement. Now What

Retirement is something that most people look forward to in their working lives: no deadlines, no dressing to company standards, and no handling endless paperwork. It is living life more on one’s own terms. But if it is not planned with a degree of care, it can be much less than the dream it was […]

Estate planning for your digital life

With so much of our financial and personal information now online, estate plans must address the fact that our digital selves will outlast our human selves. Loved ones left with the unpleasant task of navigating and penetrating the digital maze can inherit a complicated puzzle. Your online banking account, email accounts, Facebook page and even […]

Discover if You Have Enough Saved to Retire

Will you be able to maintain your lifestyle after retiring? According to research, significant numbers of working families are “at risk” of failing to maintain their standard of living once they stop working. Decades ago, most employees put in the required years of service to achieve their desired income goal and collect a check in […]

Timothy Admire named partner at Willow Creek Wealth Management

Timothy Admire, Operations Manager at Willow Creek Wealth Management, has become a partner in the firm. Admire joined Willow Creek in 2014 and has 12 years of experience in investment and portfolio management, trading, trust management, regulatory compliance, and technology/systems operations. Admire has a bachelor’s degree in economics with a minor in managerial economics from […]

Good News for Philanthropic IRA owners

If you’re over age 70 1/2 and are looking to reduce your taxes while making charitable contributions, you should consider taking advantage of a Qualified Charitable Donation (QCD) from your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) this year. The IRS ruled that charitable donations after age 70 1/2 made from your IRA accounts will be exempt from […]