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Preparing your year-end finances? Brickley Wealth Management's latest blog is your guide to optimizing finances and navigating the new year with confidence.
Explore the emotional dynamics of early retirement beyond financial planning. Understand the significance of purpose, relationships, and identity in shaping a rewarding post-career life.
Deciding Between Renting and Homeownership in High Mortgage Rate Environments: What You Need to Know"
Looking to enhance your investment portfolio? Explore the often overlooked advantages of incorporating bonds into your financial strategy.
Explore essential strategies for maximizing your retirement income while minimizing taxes. Learn about tax diversification, withdrawal hierarchies, and the benefits of Roth conversions in our latest blog post.
Investing Wisdom from William Bernstein: Simplicity vs. Complexity
Discover the importance of regularly reviewing and updating your estate plan. Ensure it reflects your evolving life circumstances and legal changes.
Ensure your legacy is well-structured and your loved ones are protected.
Discover the ins and outs of tax withholding on your paycheck and how it can impact your overall tax liability.
Every now and then we come across high earners that have children but no trust/estate plan in place. This is problematic, costly, and time consuming if something happens to the parents.
Discover the art of giving smartly with Donor Advised Funds. Learn how you can support your favorite charities while enjoying tax benefits in our latest article.
Research reveals the blend of emotional considerations in hiring financial advisors. Beyond mere monetary guidance, it's about understanding life's pivotal decisions.
Exploring College Planning: Navigating Costs, Benefits, and Financial Strategies
Explore the second part of our blog series on maximizing company equity. Dive into the essential strategies for optimizing equity compensation with a CPA and financial advisor. Empower your financial future with insights from Brickley Wealth.
Discover how to harness the potential of your company equity with our comprehensive guide. See how partnering with financial advisors and CPAs can optimize equity compensation, tax strategies, and long-term financial planning.
Fitch's downgrade reflects the fiscal and political climate with which investors are already familiar. While their decision was based on the familiar factors of worsening government revenues, Fed tightening, and the possibility of a recession, it was largely driven by the 'repeated debt-limit political standoffs and last-minute resolutions' in Washington.
Home improvements aren't only about enhancing aesthetics or comfort—they're strategic investments that can boost the value of your home significantly. But did you know that tracking your home improvement costs can also potentially save you money during tax time?
This year's strong market rally, with the S&P 500 rising 13% and the Nasdaq gaining 29%, has been driven by technology stocks, improving inflation, and the absence of a recession.
Insurance is often misunderstood or even overlooked in financial planning.
Major stock market indices made significant gains in the first half of the year due to improving inflation, slowing Fed rate hikes, the absence of a recession, a more stable banking sector, and a strong rally in tech stocks.
Knowing who to turn to for help managing your finances can be challenging. A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is a trained professional specializing in accounting and tax-related matters.
Managing your finances can be a daunting task, but fortunately, there are experts who can help you navigate the complex world of money management. Enter the Certified Public Accountant (CPA)—a highly trained financial professional who can provide invaluable guidance on tax planning and estate planning. Discover the benefits of working with a CPA and whether or not you need one to manage your finances.
Deciding to sell company stock can be tricky. So how do you put a proper plan in place to extract value from your vested RSUs and better secure your financial future?
Market declines and corrections are normal stock market behavior. That doesn’t mean there aren’t strategic things you can do during a market decline. Discover the different ways we can manage your finances during a market decline:
Whether you’ve had company stock for a long time or it’s new to you, it’s so important to understand the benefits and responsibilities that come with it.
A massive wave of layoffs has hit tech workers, leaving many tech employees concerned about a potential layoff. This can be a very stressful time financially, but there are immediate actions you can take to mitigate the stress and start planning for the future.
On Friday, March 10, 2023, Silicon Valley Bank was shut down by bank regulators. This piece is meant to be an overview of events. Note this is an event where next steps are being updated daily, so answers are subject to change.
Here are a handful of common questions and answers to help you understand the ins and outs of the annual gift tax exclusion.
We would like to wish you a happy new year and express our sincere gratitude for your continued partnership and trust in our firm, our work, and our people.
Given the current market decline, you may be wondering: is this stock market drop normal or is it unique?
While the nation mourns the conflict underway in Ukraine, we felt it prudent to provide some financial insight on your investment portfolios.
More than any other topic today, inflation seems to be top of mind for many. We want to discuss inflation, highlight the reasons for the recent increase in inflation, and provide a long-term outlook for inflation.
Last month, President Biden unveiled the American Families Plan. As part of the plan, Pres. Biden discussed how he intends to raise the revenue necessary to pay for his proposal.
2020 has been one of the most challenging and confusing years on record for investors. The swiftest market decline in history was followed by an abrupt, about-face recovery.
The S&P 500 just closed with its second best quarter in 30 years. The rapid rise and recovery of the US stock market over the past 3 months has been thanks in large part to the $1.6 trillion stimulus package from the Federal Reserve and Congress.
The US stock market just wrapped up its best month in 30 years. The global stock market finished with its second best month. If you blinked, there is a good chance that you missed it. Let’s take a moment to put recent market movements into perspective and briefly discuss why the stock market is likely to rebound before the economy does.
In response to the economic environment, we will be releasing a series of letters over the coming weeks that discuss how our office views managing wealth during an uncertain economic environment.
Nearly 3 months after the coronavirus was first reported to the World Health Organization, the virus’s impact has finally been felt by the stock market. Mounting concerns about supply chain disruption and the impact on global growth has led to one of the swiftest declines in stock market history. When it comes to your investments our message is simple – don’t panic.