If you’re reading this, chances are you are about to embark on a new chapter of your life and you are not alone. You didn’t arrive here idly, and it was probably quite painful and difficult to make the decision to divorce. However, you should always remember how strong you are for taking the steps…

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As if volatility brought on by the pandemic and attempting to plan for taxes during this time wasn’t hard enough, we are also on the brink of an election. This election is expected to bring even more turbulence in the market, however, historical data shows it is not usually long-lasting.    Many people are feeling…

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September is Life Insurance Awareness Month and it is a little different this year. COVID-19 wreaked havoc on the finances of millions and exacerbated just how fragile life can be. Financial stability is more important than ever before.    According to LIMRA research, nearly half of Americans are uninsured and those who are, do not…

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Daily life, and life as a whole, has certainly changed for many, if not for all of us, following the COVID-19 outbreak. It has brought a sense of uneasiness and urgency to make sure all our ducks are in a row financially.   The volatility rollercoaster has pushed people to the edge of their seats…

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When planning for retirement, there’s an overall goal that the plan will withstand the test of time, longevity and all the added variables, like inflation.     Your retirement is being attacked— by inflation! That’s right. Your dreams of sitting on a beach with gray hair, a good book, and a cold beer are under siege…

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Coronavirus wreaked havoc on the U.S., including employment, retirement plans and taxes. Though we’ve passed the new July 15th tax date, for many, taxes and all the questions surround them remain to loom over their heads. While COVID-19 is getting worse in some (or a lot) states, American’s can’t help but continue to wonder about…

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“I can’t breathe.” These three words have come to mean so much to so many people across this country and the world. People are filled with passion for a cause, mourning, grieving, and many who haven’t said much are now saying enough is enough. George Floyd can no longer breathe, and neither can Ahmed Arbery,…

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What a year last week was! Last week was a tumultuous one. Oil prices cratered on Monday, and we spent the rest of the week calming markets like a skittish horse. We received additional stimulus for small businesses to the tune of $484 billion. Unemployment numbers were horrific (again), bringing the total new unemployment claims…

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  According to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, up to 10 million Americans lost their homes during the last financial crisis. Now, 10 years later, we’re only slightly above 2016’s low of 63 percent home ownership – at about 64 percent as of June 2018.1   While many metropolitan areas have experienced robust…

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