Our Insights

New Jersey Creates a Win-Win Opportunity for Businesses to Improve Employee Benefits & Lower Costs

There are five states that require an employer to maintain a Short-Term Disability policy.  New York, New Jersey, California, Hawaii, and Rhode Island. In New Jersey, most businesses have coverage through the state fund, however there are many reasons why it’s better to replace this coverage with a private carrier.   In almost all cases, a […] Read More

Herold Law & AEPG Wealth Strategies Seminar

Herold Law & AEPG Wealth Strategies invites you to join us for breakfast, networking and a robust seminar on Wednesday, May 1st, 2019! You don’t want to miss this one of a kind event! As an attendee, you can earn valuable CPE Credits. There is no cost to attend. HOWEVER, due to limited space – […] Read More

How Much Do You Need to Retire?

How Much Do You Need to Retire Chris Schiffer, MBA, CFP®, CPA,  AIF® was quoted in the TheStreet article How Much Do You Need to Retire by Scott Van Voorhis that discusses among other retirement planning considerations, important elements in AEPG’s approach to retirement planning to ensure great outcomes.  AEPG spends a lot of time with clients discussing […] Read More

NJBIZ Named AEPG Wealth Strategies as one of the 2019 Best Places to Work in New Jersey, our SIXTH Consecutive Year

I am honored, YET AGAIN, to tell you that AEPG Wealth Strategies has been selected as one of NJBIZ’s Best Places to Work in NJ! The ranking for 2019 will be announced at the NJBIZ awards ceremony at iPlay America’s Event Center in Freehold on Tuesday, May 1st. Since 2014 when we first applied, we have been proud to be recognized for the professionalism and dedication of our employees which helps us to continue to deliver excellent service to… Read More

Fed Pause and Trade Optimism Boost Markets… Overbought or More to Come?

There has been a dramatic shift in the probability of further rate hikes by the Fed, and as we near the midpoint of February, the markets have behaved much like they did in the beginning of last year. Investor appetite for risk has increased and volatility has recessed, as higher returning sectors such as small cap stocks, emerging markets, and junk bonds have all resumed leadership versus their higher-quality counterparts. Read More