Celebrating a decade of Triumph Wealth Management, LLC, we are often asked why
we do what we do. This video is our why!
We are passionate about helping our clients make sound financial decisions and
look forward to serving our clients for many decades to come.
My family recently took a spring break vacation together. It was a great time to get away, unplug and relax. While enjoying time on the beach, I noticed several people meeting with sales people from the resort we were staying at. They were selling those infamous vacation timeshares. This was an eye-opening experience for me, […]
The recent tax law changes are on the top of many minds, so Triumph brought in Bruce Berndt of Berndt CPAs to discuss some key updates that all clients should be aware of. Bruce owns and manages a CPA firm in Madison, Wisconsin, providing entrepreneurs with a competitive edge. Below Bruce describes the biggest changes […]
I’m not a baseball fan, but it was fun to watch the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Houston Astros in this most recent World Series. The Astros had never won the title before, but were able to pull it out in Game 7. In watching the last few games, I began to learn through the […]
Tax season is right around the corner. Whether you normally do your taxes on your own or have someone do them for you, there is a lot of work that goes into getting everything together. As a business owner, there are expense slips to find, invoices to gather and inventory to be taken. This can […]
Ever wondered at what age you should retire? You and many other people have the same simple question. However, the answer is not so simple. There are various formulas and beliefs about the magical age at which a person should retire and how much they should have saved by that point. The reality is that […]
Written by: Alex Pudlo How much would you pay for a dollar of income? Most people would prefer to pay less. Whether it is buying a business, a bond, a CD or just putting money in a savings account, people like to get more for less. How do you feel about higher mortgage rates? Silly […]