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    Government Acts to Blunt Impact of Global Pandemic

    The Federal Reserve moved swiftly in recent weeks to support the U.S. economy and help alleviate stress in the financial markets.

    Financial Planning

    Q1 2020 Market Comments

    On February 19, 2020, the S&P 500 recorded its highest ever close at just over 3386, up 4.8% for the year. 2020 was off to a cracking start and held potential promise for another great year.

    Financial Insights

    Care Act Provides Relief to Individuals and Businesses

    On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law. Major relief provisions are summarized here.

    Retirement Financial Planning

    The Coronavirus and Market Declines

    Having a long-term perspective, appropriate diversification, and an asset allocation that aligns with your risk tolerance and goals can help you remain disciplined enough to ride out the storm.

    Investing Financial Planning

    5 Entertaining Classic Movies that Can Teach You a Thing or Two About Money

    Ready to settle in with some movies during the cold months ahead? We have 5 movies that can not only entertain you but teach you a couple money lessons.

    Investing Financial Planning

    9 Ways to Save for Your Retirement If Your Company Doesn't Offer a 401(k)

    No company retirement plan? No problem. Here 9 alternative ways you can still save for your post-work years.

    Retirement

    How to Get Your Adult Children to Stop Relying on You Financially

    How to Get Your Adult Children to Stop Relying on You Financially

    Financial Planning

    The True Cost of Dining Out and How to Become a Frugal Foodie

    Did you know that the average American household spends $3,000 a year eating out? If you're finding your restaurant bills piling up these 4 tips can help your wallet while still allowing you to indulge from time to time.

    Financial Planning