4 Prep Tips for Your First Financial Meeting
Don’t let inertia or fear keep you from making a positive change for your financial future. Here are ideas for how to prep for our first meeting and make the transition easier.
Tax Notes for 2022 (and Beyond) You Should Know
There's a lot of tax change happening here in Iowa and at the federal level. We detail some of the biggest changes you'll need to know, now and in the years ahead.
What is a Life Well-Lived?
Cedar Point Capital Partners’ David Ernst offers up thoughts on what makes for a “life well-lived,” and how it ties into financial and human capital planning.
4 Things We Learned from a Year in Business
It's been a year since Cedar Point Capital Partners launched in Cedar Rapids to offer a different approach to financial planning and wealth management. Here are a few things we've learned.
Know Your Risk Tolerance and Time Horizon (and Stop Worrying)
Knowing your risk tolerance and time horizon can bring you internal peace at times of financial turmoil. Here's how.
What’s in a Financial Professional's Name?
When it’s time for professional help with your financial life, do you need a money manager, a financial planner, or a wealth manager? Here at Cedar Point Capital Partners, we say, why choose?
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