April is Financial Literacy Month and, at the same time, most Americans have just filed their taxes or at least filed extensions. Many are going through the painstaking task of peeking under the hood of their financial engine and realizing that a tune up is needed, while trying to figure out where to begin. In honor of this heightened awareness and annual focus, Tony D’Amico, CFP®, CEO and Senior Wealth Advisor at Fidato Wealth, a Certified Financial Planner professional who is passionate about financial education, offers the following tips to help individuals understand the mechanics of financial literacy. The company is also offering a complimentary second opinion service for individuals, couples and families who want to learn more about their finances.
Tony D’Amico, CFP®, CEO, Fidato Wealth, questions getting life insurance for the elderly in Retirement: How to preserve it while helping your parents by Amy Fontinelle in MassMutual.
In Advisors Learn Lasting Lessons From Their Favorite Business Books by Morey Stettner in Investor’s Business Daily, Tony D’Amico of Fidato Wealth, recommends his clients read Bershire Hathaway’s annual shareholder letter, stating that Warren Buffet believes that the economy will do well over time and that people shouldn’t bet against America.