The entrepreneur and veteran wealth advisor collaborated on writing an online essay meant to illustrate how retirees can make the most of their assets and best minimize their tax burden.
NAPLES, FL / ACCESSWIRE / October 28, 2021 / It is with great pride and pleasure that Jack Howley, founder of Howley Financial Group, LLC announces that he has worked in conjunction with freelance journalist Harriet Phelps to produce an article detailing the best ways for retirees to consolidate their assets while limiting their tax liabilities. The article, which was published by an online periodical that concentrates on matters relating to business, science, technology, and health, is entitled Jack Howley Explains How to Maximize Retirement Income in a Tax-Efficient Way.
At the article's outset, Jack Howley prefaces his financial advice with a warning. "Before you think about tax efficiency, you have to get to a stage where you have enough money to retire," he writes, elaborating, "It entails being smart and having a good understanding of what to contribute from your salary. It also means a willingness to make the sacrifices necessary to reach that goal."
Further along in the piece, Jack Howley advises retirees to adopt a strategy of long-term financial diversification, cautioning against counting on a single financial mechanism or institution to provide for their income during their golden years-or putting all their eggs in one basket, as it were. "You shouldn't depend %100 on the stock market, as it could change when you want to retire. The stock market grows consistently over a long period of time, but it may have short periods of going down," the experienced wealth advisor explains, adding, "It is incumbent on you to understand the reality of the marketplace, and it will take a lot of knowledge and effort."
Anyone interested in learning more about Jack Howley is encouraged to visit his professional website.
About Jack Howley:
Jack Howley is an entrepreneur and the founder of Howley Financial Group. He is an expert in assisting corporations and individuals meet their wealth creation and protection objectives, with more than forty years of relevant experience representing the top 1% of the industry.
Jack has 40 years of experience in the wealth creation and protection field. His business model is unique, outlining 27 different areas of protection, savings, and growth in what he calls an "MRI of money." The idea is to integrate the complex concepts of retirement planning, estate planning, tax strategy, and insurance in order to formulate a comprehensive plan for his clients, all the while making the complicated world of personal finance more understandable. He spends his time between Naples, Florida and the Jersey shore assisting individuals and closely held corporations in meeting their financial objectives.
SOURCE: Howley Financial Group