In The News

Major news sources respect our input and are constantly reaching out to our team for our take on anything related to finances. Browse through our news clips below to see some of the topics that we’ve discussed.

Top 5 Tax Planning Strategies For High-Net-Worth Individuals   Guest Blog by Lyle Solomon   While everyone should think about careful tax planning, if you have investable assets worth at least $1 million, such as stocks, mutual fund shares, or cash, you are a high-net-worth......

Why Investing And Insurance Shouldn’t Mix (Despite What TikTok Says) This article originally appeared on Forbes.com Robert Farrington Senior Contributor If you spend time following the financial influencers on TikTok, you may start to get some crazy ideas about money. For example, some of the......

  Jack Manley from the JP Morgan Asset Management Global Insights and Strategy Team joins the podcast for a special market update episode of #CoffeewithConnections.  In this episode, Cooper and Jack discuss inflation, recession risks, the Fed, consumer confidence and more. Check it out now......

Wendy Payne CSA, CEP®, CDFA®, founding partner of Centurion Wealth Management, LLC, recently earned the designation of Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®. This achievement represents Payne’s commitment to empowering women to build financial freedom and to be in control of their financial future. This distinguished industry......

MCLEAN, Va., March 22 -2022 Sterling Neblett CEPA, CFP®, Co-Founder of Centurion Wealth, added to a growing list of industry recognition by being named a Washingtonian Top Financial Advisor in the publication’s March 2022 Issue. This comes after a strong 2021 for Neblett. Has been selected......

Kate Ashford , Forbes CONTRIBUTOR Fully a third of small business owners don’t have a retirement savings plan, according to a recent survey by small business site Manta. Of those who don’t, 37% don’t make enough profit to save for retirement, 21% used their previous......

By Jeanne Lee/NerdWallet Most people consolidate debt with a personal loan or a balance-transfer credit card. Others tap the equity in their homes. These options all come with risk. By comparison, taking a 401(k) loan might look benign — but it could be the riskiest choice of all. Most 401(k)......