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John Madison

CPA, CRPC, AWMA
Personal Finance, Investing, Taxes
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“John is a CPA, CPRC, AWMA and financial educator committed to educating and empowering individuals and couples to make smart decisions regarding their personal finances. Schedule a no-cost, no-obligation consultation to learn more.”
Firm:

Dayspring Financial Ministry

Job Title:

CPA , Financial Counselor, CRPC, AWMA

Biography:

Born and raised in Virginia, John passed the CPA exam before graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University and beginning his career at a “Big-8” accounting firm in 1987.   

After two years in public accounting, he accepted employment with a client and rose through the ranks in private industry.  Desiring to work in a more diversified environment, John started his own accounting practice in 2000 and added personal financial coaching services in 2012.

John resides in Hanover County, Virginia with his wife and children.  He is active in his church, enjoys finishing a good run or workout at the gym, and leads personal finance classes in the community.

Education:

BS, Accounting, Virginia Commonwealth University

Fee Structure:

Fee-Only

Disclaimer:

The recommendations provided are educational in nature and not intended to be specific recommendations for any particular individual.  The goal is to educate and inform readers of available options, with the ultimate decision being theirs.  Please consult the appropriate tax, investment, insurance or financial planning expert before making any final decisions.

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September 2018
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August 2018
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May 2018
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March 2018
    Investing, Retirement, IRAs, Retirement Savings
March 2018
    Debt, Personal Finance

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    Social Security
Can SS benefits be delayed after already filing?
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Here's a comment from the SSA web site:

"Unexpected changes may occur after you make your decision about when to start your Social Security Retirement benefits.

If you are receiving Social Security Retirement benefits and you change your mind about when they should start, you may be able to withdraw your Social Security claim and re-apply at a future date.

However, if you change your mind 12 months or more after you became entitled to retirement benefits, you cannot withdraw your application."

 

Hope this helps!

 

February 2018
    Estate Planning, Investing, 401(k), IRAs, Mutual Funds, Real Estate, Retirement Plans
What long-term, general, investing strategies should I consider if my company doesn't offer a 401(k)?
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March 2018
    Debt, Investing, 401(k), IRAs, Stocks
Should I pay off my credit card debt and student loan debt, or contribute the maximum amount to an HSA and Roth IRA, and contribute 10% to my 401(k)?
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April 2018
    Financial Planning, Retirement, 401(k)
What kind of penalties and fees can I expect to pay when rolling a 401(k) over into a new retirement account and withdrawing $4,000 in the process?
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May 2018
    Financial Planning, 401(k), Asset Allocation, Real Estate
Should I change my asset allocation strategy?
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May 2018