Brandon Mink

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“As a trusted wealth manager for over twenty years, Brandon Mink has helped individuals and families achieve their financial goals, and manage the complexities of their finances at various life stages.”
Firm:

Mink Wealth Management

Job Title:

Managing Director/Wealth Manager

Biography:

With over 23 years' experience in the industry, Brandon has seen his clients through both bull and bear markets. With an expertise in retirement planning, he draws on this industry experience to develop and manage financial strategies for high net worth individuals.

Brandon grew up in Northern Virginia where he is currently raising his three very active children. He graduated from James Madison University with degrees in Finance & Marketing. He enjoys staying fit, outdoor activities, watching movies and charitable endeavors related to underprivileged children.

As a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate), Brandon has been appointed by the court system to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children. www.casaforchildren.org 

Assets Under Management:

$200 million

Fee Structure:

Fee based

CRD Number:

2599782

Disclaimer:

Spire Wealth Management, LLC is a Federally Registered Investment Advisory Firm. Securities offered through an affiliate, Spire Securities, LLC. Member FINRA / SIPC. | DISCLAIMERS | Check the background of this firm on FINRA's BrokerCheck

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    Banking, Career / Compensation, Debt, Financial Planning, Retirement
What should my bonus money be put toward: car loan, student loan, or savings for house?
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Pay off the car loan.  4.75% represents a current opportunity cost since you are getting less in the money market.   The Feds should be raising rates 1 or 2 more times this year, so you will continue to see the interest you get increase at the bank.  Make sure you are getting close to 2% on your money market at the bank.  If not, take a look at CIT bank or another high yielding money market.  Their money market is currently yielding 1.85%.   Assuming you feel confident that you will have enough in the bank to make a 20% downpayment it's very important that you and your wife continue to max your Roth IRA contributions each year.

 

Good Luck and happy house hunting!  Brandon 

September 2018
    Financial Planning, Retirement, Investing, Real Estate, Women & Money
How should I invest the $200,000 I received from the sale of my house?
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August 2018
    Retirement, IRAs, Retirement Plans
Should I convert $100,000 per year to a Roth IRA before reaching age 70 if I have a traditional IRA account with $500,000 and a $20,000 income?
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August 2018
    Career / Compensation, Stocks, Taxes
How can I reduce the tax consequences of selling old company stock?
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September 2018
    Debt, Social Security, Investing, Annuities, IRAs
Can qualified charitable contributions be used as required minimum distributions (RMDs) from a variable annuity tax-deferred IRA to minimize taxable income?
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September 2018