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William Bitters lends his expertise in finance and entrepreneurship to the public in a series of blogs and interviews. Interested in learning more? Submit a contact form and follow William’s Medium profile to keep updated on the latest blogs.

Prague Post

Retiring with tax-free savings is the goal of many people. While it may seem difficult to arrange your finances so that you are withdrawing tax-free dollars at …

Home Business Mag

Many people have not saved enough money for retirement. The statistics are staggering. 48% of households with older members do not have any defined contribution …

Inspirery

If we are very fortunate, we can mesh our strengths and talents with our purpose and what we love to do. William Bitters is a great example of just that. William decided to join …

IdeaMensch

Born in Iowa Falls, Iowa, William has an interesting resume to say the least. He is now a consultant who works with people in all phases of their financial process. He is as …

Medium

The world of finance can be quite confusing — from mergers and acquisitions, to Wall Street and investment deals, finance can be easily misunderstood. Although …

Medium

Recently I was interviewed for a local television show on preparing people for the one thing they just didn’t want to talk about and that was …

Being in control of your finances is a combination of understanding where you stand financially, spending less than yo…

Whether you’ve worked with one or not, an adviser can be extremely beneficial in helping you organize your finances an…

We, as tax-paying, hard-working women and men have been taught to believe that one of the most important investments we can make for our financial future is a 401k.

As a business owner, William E. Bitters knows you need to think about your future, and that means planning your retirement as soon as possible.

Financially and otherwise, the deck seems to be stacked against women. According to an analysis by the Institute of Women’s Policy Research, the wage gap, which stood at 20% in 2017…

Medium

If you’re a millennial, chances are you’ve been asked about your retirement savings plan. While you may have just entered the workforce, you are quickly learning that planning for retirement is a multi-step process that continuously evolves over time. The truth is, when it comes to retirement, it’s never too early to start planning — and millennials are learning this the hard way.

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