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Financial Planning Newsletter December 2020

With the massive amount of stimulus spending, many economists fear we may see a spike in inflation. While we are of the mind that such a spike will likely be short-lived, it does highlight an important issue. Inflationary pressures have been tepid for so long that many of us may not pay much mind to […]

Financial Planning Newsletter September 2020

This has been a year unlike any other. Between the pandemic, hurricanes, and wildfires, millions across the globe have seen their livelihoods threatened and face tough times ahead. Those of us fortunate enough to be able to do so are likely feeling the need to pitch in and help. When it comes to charitable giving, […]

Financial Planning Newsletter February 2020

It is no secret that most Americans are unprepared for retirement. Most retirees cannot maintain their standard of living on just their Social Security benefits alone. Americans know that they will have to supplement these benefits, most often with an employee sponsored retirement plan like a 401(k). Unfortunately, data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics […]

Financial Planning Newsletter December 2019

Saving for your retirement was supposed to be the hard part. When the day comes, however, when you feel confident that you have enough of a nest egg accumulated and decide to retire, you will be confronted by a series of complicated choices. The decisions that you make about how you spend and access your […]

Financial Planning Newsletter May 2019

First Quarter GDP Beats Expectations, but May Not Tell the Whole Story The U.S. economy beat all estimates and grew by 3.2 percent in the first three months of the year, putting to rest fears of an imminent recession. December saw severe market volatility and a government shutdown that continued into the new year.  These […]