Cash Isn’t Trash Anymore

Cash Isn’t Trash Anymore For several decades cash has been perceived as trash. The stock market soared in that period while cash stayed in the gutter.  The financial landscape has

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Spring Financial Cleaning: 10 Tips

Spring Financial Cleaning Spring is the perfect time to clean up and declutter your finances, just like you do with your home. With tax season over, you have the documents

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Take Advantage Of These Last Minute Tax Tips

It’s that time of year again, taxes :(. As Tax Day approaches, many of us are looking for ways to minimize our tax bill. Fortunately, there are still some last-minute

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Recession Alert

The unemployment rate is often the most important factor when considering if the economy will go into a recession. It has a perfect forecasting record going back to 1948 and

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Happy New Year – New Changes To The Way Americans Save & Invest

Just before Christmas Congress passed new legislation called SECURE 2.0. It makes significant changes to the ways Americans can save and invest. The original SECURE Act was passed in 2019

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10 End-Of-Year Money Moves

The start of tax time is on the horizon and it’s time to prepare your end-of-year money moves.  No one wants to think about their personal finances around the holidays

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See A Sample Financial Plan

See A Sample Financial Plan I’ve found things go better when you have a plan.  Your finances are no different. Therefore, I thought I’d share a sample financial plan and

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Inflate Your Investments. Record Increase For 2023 Retirement Plans.

Inflation has proven to be a persistent burden driving just about everything up.  It has averaged a dreadful 8.2% for the year. One of the unintended benefits of high inflation

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Are we in a recession?

Are we in a recession? U.S. economic production fell 0.9% in the second quarter of the year, the second consecutive drop. Most economists define two consecutive quarterly declines in gross

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Recession: Method Behind The Fed’s Madness

Last week the Fed raised interest rates by half a point to combat inflation and it’s possible more are coming if inflation continues on its course.  It was their biggest

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