Myerson Wealth

Of Wills and Wine

Earlier this year I received a call from a very dear friend (and client) that would set in motion a series of events that has impacted my life in ways I would not have imagined. It’s taken me several months to write this, but of all the blogs I’ve written, this might be the most […]

The Winning Recipe of Indexed Universal Life

Have you ever been to a chili cook-off? Perhaps you’ve even participated in one. I’ve participated in many, none of them professionally, but that never prevented me from engineering my very best recipe. I’ve done traditional ground beef, braised chuck, chicken, vegetarian, and more. I’ve done hot, mild, sweet, with beans and no beans, and […]

Return on the Sequence of Returns

Don’t Spoil Your Dinner! When crafting a dinner party menu, many things come into play. Who are the guests at the table? Do they have any food restrictions or aversions? Does the menu follow a logical culinary progression? Slowly and meticulously I build the menu, course upon course, until I’m satisfied I have the right […]

The State of Long-Term Care Insurance

Who Cares? Some folks love to dine out regularly, while others prefer the comfort of home-cooked meals. Many enjoy a balance of both options. Having options, and being able to exercise them, greatly improves the quality of our lives. So what happens if and when those choices suddenly disappear? Anyone who has had a family […]

There’s No “O” in IDIT

Growing up, I could never understand the idiom “You can’t have your cake and eat it too.” That’s because the more logical alternative is “You can’t eat your cake and have it too,” which is obvious, since once it’s eaten, it’s gone! The phrase (similarly used by many cultures – German: “You can’t dance at […]