Advice is one thing. Education is another. Welcome to our area dedicated to highlighting Sensenig Capital’s perspective on private wealth management, unbiased investment advice, and comprehensive financial planning. You’ll find articles designed to inform and enlighten. Spend time browsing through the topics to learn more about our approach and what we believe.
Medicare contains four components: Parts A, B, C, and D. Part A is hospital insurance designed to cover inpatient care in hospitals and rehabilitation facilities. Part B helps to cover physician services, outpatient care, preventive services, durable medical equipment, and certain home health care. Part C, also known as Medicare Advantage, consists of insurance plans provided by private carriers. Medicare Part D, which is prescription drug coverage, generally can be obtained as an addition to Original Medicare (Parts A and B) or by signing up for a Medicare Advantage Plan that includes prescription coverage.read more
Of all the ways we can go about investing, which ones are expected to best serve our clients’ personal interests and financial goals? Equally as important, which are more likely to distract or detract from our efforts? The evidence-based answers to these vital questions explain why we pay so much attention to qualities such as fund structure, cost management, patient trading, etc… It’s also why we advise against trying to chase or flee current market trends or picking hot market sectors, despite what the talking heads on television seem to forever be recommending.read more
There is no denying it: Business-owners face various forms of litigation including commercial disputes, workers’ compensation claims, personal injury actions, and employment litigation. But employment litigation is quite unique from other types of legal disputes. Fortunately, EEO compliance helps avoid claims and establish viable defenses if a discrimination claim does arise.read more
The market events of January 2016 provide an opportunity to examine several questions important to investors and revisit some fundamental principles of investing in capital markets.read more
The New Year is a customary time to speculate. In a digital age, when past forecasts are available online, market and media professionals find it harder to hide their blushes when their financial predictions go awry. But there are ways around that. Read on for our ten predictions to count on…read more