Secure your family’s financial wellbeing and provide the next generation with the power of choice. By partnering with Empyrion™, you will benefit from a comprehensive wealth management plan that empowers you to create a legacy that transcends generations.
Navigate the next phase of your life with confidence and conviction. The Empyrion™ team delivers unparalleled expertise in solving the unique financial challenges women face, allowing you to surmount obstacles and tap new opportunities for personal and professional growth.
Leverage the power of dynamic portfolio design and sophisticated planning to ensure a seamless, successful transition into retirement. We strive to provide our clients with the stability and financial strength they need to achieve their post-working goals without risking their long-term outlook.
Student loan interest rates are going up for the 2018–19 academic year. With total student loan debt at nearly $1.4 trillion and rising, even small increases in the interest rate indicate millions of additional dollars required by students and parents to service these loans. If your child is using student loans to help pay for higher education, or if you are using Parent PLUS loans to help your child out, here are five important facts to keep in mind.
Couples past age 50 are increasingly likely to divorce – more than twice as likely as they were in 1990. For women facing this difficult situation, there are some key financial considerations regarding income, investments, retirement assets, and real estate. Here are four key questions that women going through this midlife transition must ask.
Baby Boomers now hitting their retirement years may be the fastest-growing demographic for entrepreneurs benefitting from the “sharing economy”: the massive and growing Internet-driven marketplace of products and services. These peer-to-peer apps try to make commerce as easy as possible for both user and vendor, but they could also supplement retirement incomes for seniors by monetizing spare bedrooms, vehicles, or personal time.