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Are You Having Market Jitters?

May 26, 2022

Investors witnessed one of those typical but nerve-wracking stock market pullbacks in mid-to-late January. Inflationary pressure, potential monetary policy adjustments, and geopolitical concerns all conspired to send the stock market into a tailspin. 1 If there’s one thing investors should remember, it’s that none of this was completely unexpected, and that a market reset may…

What Retirement Options Do I Have If I’m Self Employed?

May 22, 2022

As America’s workplace evolves, one thing that has become clear is that the work-from-home (WFH) model has shown to be productive and even cost effective in many circumstances. Many businesses with major investments in their office buildings and campuses, on the other hand, are unlikely to want their staff to work from home indefinitely. Working…

Ways I Can Replenish My Emergency Funds

May 18, 2022

Since the beginning of the epidemic, in my opinion, Americans have primarily been divided into two groups: those who lost income and net worth, and those who acquired money. The consequence of relief cheques mailed out by the federal government is an excellent example of this. That money helped some families put food on the…

What Are Some Good Reasons To Be Positive For This Year’s Economy?

April 29, 2022

COVID-19 fear erupted again towards the end of the year, sparked by the emergence of the omicron form in the United States. During the Christmas season, families and friends gathered in large groups, the weather became colder, forcing people indoors, and hospitals became overburdened with new coronavirus cases. It resulted in a jumbled and chaotic…

What’s In Store for Boomers and Retirement?

April 23, 2022

The pandemic has added a new factor to consider when considering whether to retire. After losing their employment, some near-retirees chose to call it quits. Others were more concerned about their health and decided that it was preferable to retire while they were still healthy. Others, however, have utilized the crisis to re-evaluate their careers…

How Might You Be Affected by Health Care Changes in a Post-COVID Era?

April 17, 2022

Employers took up much of the cost of weekly COVID testing, insurance coverage, and paid leave for ill and quarantined staff when many workers returned to their workplaces this autumn. These additional costs might result in increased insurance premiums for everyone. However, some businesses are taking steps to mitigate COVID-related costs for employees who are…

What Are Some Concerns For Aging In Place?

April 12, 2022

Approximately nine out of ten adults over the age of 50 say they would like to stay at home in retirement, and some geriatric specialists believe that doing so can help seniors stay mentally and physically fit. 1 However, preparing to “age in place” is more difficult than it appears. You’ll want to think about…

What Should Be Done While Digital Banking Trends Change?

March 31, 2022

In 1914, an economist named William Scott published Banking, a treatise about banking. Scott listed the four primary services provided by commercial banks in his book: Money and other assets are kept safe, payments are made, loans are taken out, and investments are made. While the basic duties of a bank haven’t changed much in…

Great Ways to Catch Up On Your Retirement Funds

March 30, 2022

If you’re coming closer to the retirement date you envisioned but haven’t been able to save anything toward it, you’re not alone. According to financial gurus, this is a pretty frequent circumstance. “I believe it’s almost taboo to talk about it,” says Cory Phillips, a financial advisor at Fort Pitt Capital Group in Pittsburgh who…

Annuities or Portfolio Withdrawals: Which Produces More Retirement Income?

March 29, 2022

When it comes to converting retirement savings into lifetime retirement income, many retirees and advisers follow the 4 percent rule: withdraw 4% of savings in the first year of retirement and increase it by inflation each year to maintain purchasing power (although, given today’s low yields and expected returns, some are reducing that initial draw…

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