Economies move in cycles – always have, always will The Federal Reserve has been steadily increasing interest rates in an attempt to slow the rate of inflation. Its efforts are […]Read More
Every parent wants the best for their children and strives to prepare them to lead a happy, healthy, and successful life. But, despite understanding the importance of financial responsibility, only […]Read More
Transitioning from Private Health Insurance Plans to Medicare As you approach retirement age, you may be anticipating transitioning from your private insurance to Medicare, which is a federal health insurance […]Read More
According to the Investment Company Institute, near the end of 2022, there was more than $4.7 trillion in cash sitting in U.S. money market funds.1,2 While cash can play a […]Read More
By 2040, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that 80 million people in the U.S. will be age 65 or older.1 Most of these senior adults will either want to—or need to—”age […]Read More
You’ve built up your emergency fund. You’re maximizing your retirement accounts. And yet you have extra money. What should you do with it? Is there some kind of investment that […]Read More
As the new Congress begins its session, it’s interesting to watch how the shifting balance of power in Washington, D.C. may impact your investment, tax, and estate strategies. Although their […]Read More
2022 was a year of ups and downs, especially for the markets. As we look ahead to 2023, you should consider several financial to-dos. With inflation running high in 2022, […]Read More
You may have heard the phrase “contrarian investing,” but did you know that one of the most reliable contrary indicators is individual investors? Retail investors often do the wrong thing […]Read More
Over the years, the Fed has followed a similar pattern with interest rates. It raises interest rates, then pauses, so it can see how the economy is adjusting to the […]Read More
October’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) had some encouraging news for investors, but others asked, “Is this a game changer or another head fake?” While it’s a bit early to know […]Read More
The Internal Revenue Service has released new limits for the coming year. After months of high inflation and financial uncertainty, some of these cost-of-living-based adjustments have reached near-record levels. Individual […]Read More
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