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About Nick Vail

Nick Vail is a co-founder and independent financial advisor with Integrity Wealth Advisors in Indianapolis. He started Remove The Guesswork to empower people to stop guessing when it comes to their finances and to start PLANNING. You can learn more about him here. Are you interested in working with Nick?

7 Mistakes Professors Make With Their Student Loans

By | April 26th, 2017|Categories: Higher Education|Tags: , , , |

I’m finding that there are mistakes professors make with their student loans, oftentimes with negative consequences. In this article I’ll outline the 7 mistakes that I keep seeing time and time again. Most professors end up graduating with sizeable student loan debt. In order to become a professor, normally an advanced degree (or two) is required. These [...]

I’m Young, Do I Really Need a Financial Advisor?

By | April 12th, 2017|Categories: Financial Planning|Tags: , , |

There are many misconceptions about financial planning. One of the questions I routinely hear from young people is, “I’m young, do I really need a financial advisor?” It’s a great question but I think you could ask fifty people that question and you’d get fifty responses. My job as a financial advisor is to craft a [...]

How Do 403(b) Loans Work?

By | March 31st, 2017|Categories: Higher Education|Tags: , , |

For many in the higher ed community, 403(b) plans represent their biggest retirement asset. It really should come as no surprise, either. Employer retirement plan contributions are extremely generous from most colleges and universities. Many individuals will look at borrowing from their plan at some point. In this article, I will look at how 403(b) loans [...]

THE 13 BEST WAYS TO USE YOUR INCOME TAX REFUND

By | March 2nd, 2017|Categories: Financial Planning|Tags: , |

An exciting time for many families is right around the corner… March Madness! Ok, not everyone is as crazy about college hoops as I am. Families around the country are excited because they recently received, or are expecting, an income tax refund. Last year, over 111 million income tax refunds were paid out by the IRS. [...]

Can I Contribute to Both a 403(b) and a 457 Plan?

By | February 21st, 2017|Categories: Higher Education|Tags: , , , |

Many universities and colleges offer access to both a 403(b) plan and a 457 plan. A question I get often is, “Can I contribute to both a 403(b) and a 457 plan?” The answer is yes. If your employer offers both, you can contribute to (and max out) both. Let’s take a closer look at the [...]

Monthly Money Roundup: A Message for My Young Friends

By | February 1st, 2017|Categories: Financial Planning|Tags: , |

The monthly money roundup is a curation of my favorite personal finance articles over the past month.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I did! A Message for My Younger Friends | The Reformed Broker Millennials, you're going about investing all wrong. "Millennials hold more investments in cash and less in stocks than older [...]

7 Easy Ways to Save Money on Valentine’s Day

By | January 28th, 2017|Categories: Financial Planning|Tags: , , |

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner.  For many, this can be a stressful time. It can be difficult to think of creative ways to show your significant other how much he/she means to you on a budget. On top of that, some folks are still paying off the gifts they bought from Christmas. I think [...]

How Planning Helped a Professor Destroy Debt and Build Wealth

By | January 18th, 2017|Categories: Higher Education|Tags: , , , , , |

Sometimes, life comes at us fast.  It's easy to become overwhelmed as our lives get more complex.  In this article, I'll explain how a professor’s family flipped the script.  They went from overwhelmed to crushing their debt and positioned for success.   Here's how they did it... Backstory Mr. Professor was just starting his 2nd year [...]

Celebrating a Work Anniversary? Consider These 4 Items [Video]

By | January 18th, 2017|Categories: Financial Planning, Videos|Tags: , , , , |

Congrats on your work anniversary!  Use these tips to take your financial planning to the next level. Want to learn more? Set up a no-obligation money chat today! Have an upcoming work anniversary? Here are 4 moves you should make. #work #advice