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Sam Dechtman

Personal Finance, Retirement, Investing
“Sam Dechtman, CFP®, is a wealth advisor and partner at Dechtman Wealth Management serving clients as a fiduciary, specializing in Retirement, Investing & Personal Finance.”

Dechtman Wealth Management

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Wealth Advisor and Partner


Sam Dechtman, CFP® is a wealth advisor and partner at Dechtman Wealth Management, a leading independent wealth management firm committed to fiduciary advice.

Sam began his career working at large international asset manager in Chicago assisting clients with investment analysis, portfolio construction, and retirement income strategies. During that time, Sam would receive the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM designation, signaling mastery in all areas of financial planning.  After a few years, Sam decided to pursue his true passion and become a wealth advisor, where he would have the opportunity to develop deeper relationships with his clients.

As a wealth advisor at Dechtman Wealth Management, Sam assists clients in the areas of financial planning, investment management, and retirement planning. His approach begins by listening to the client’s goals and dreams to gain an understanding of what is important to them. He then analyzes their financial situation and develops a highly personalized strategy to help them achieve their goals. As a fiduciary, advice is always given in the client’s best interest.

In addition to Dechtman Wealth Management’s formation of a financial plan and providing investment management, all clients receive their own personal financial website, on-going wealth management insights, access to educational and social events, and unlimited consultations.


BBA, Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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March 2018
    Financial Planning, Retirement Plans, Retirement

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If I buy 10 stocks at $50.00 per share, with a 3.2% yield, what will my quarterly payouts be?
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If you buy 10 stocks at $50.00 per share, you have $500 total invested. 10 x $50 = $500

If the stocks collectively yield 3.2% annually, you will earn $16 for the year. $500 x 0.032 = $16

Therefore, your quarerly payouts will be $4. $16 / 4 = $4

May 2018
    Financial Planning, Small Business
As a small business owner, if I set up a simplified employee pension (SEP), do I have to invite all eligible employees to participate or can I use it just for myself?
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April 2018
Does my employer's matching contribution count towards the maximum I can contribute to my 401(k) plan?
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March 2018
    401(k), IRAs, Taxes
What are the tax implications of moving my 401(k) into an IRA?
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April 2018
    401(k), Taxes
If I increase my contribution to my 401(k) account to an amount higher than what my company matches, will I have to pay taxes on the increased amount?
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April 2018