Our Monthly Newsletter

Keep up on the latest in financial information

July 2020
  • New Twist in the Labor Market

  • Tapping Retirement Savings During a Financial Crisis

  • Turbulent Times: Bear Markets Come and Go

  • Debit or Credit?  Pick a Card

June 2020
  • Skeptical Yet Vulnerable

  • Four Questions on the Roth Five-Year Rule

  • Investor Psychology: Behavioral Biases That Can Lead to Costly Mistakes

  • Telemedicine: The Virtual Doctor Will See You Now

May 2020
  • How Much Have You Thought About Retirement?

  • Five Key Benefits of the CARES Act for Individuals and Businesses

  • Will vs. Trust: Know the Difference

  • Why You Might Need Disability Income Insurance

April 2020
  • Stock Ownership Slow to Recover

  • Keeping Cool: Investment Strategy vs Reaction

  • Social Security May Offer a Lifetime of Protection

  • Where to Look for Lost Property

March 2020
  • Due Date Approaches for 2019 Federal Income Tax Returns

  • Is It Time to Review Your IRA Estate Planning Strategies?

  • Spring Cleaning Your Way to Better Finances

  • Is there any way to stop getting unwanted robocalls?

  • Cartoon: Personal Financial Disorder

February 2020
  • Tips for Targeting Your Retirement Savings Goal

  • The SECURE Act Offers New Opportunities for Individuals and Businesses

  • Closing Gaps in Your Insurance Coverage

  • How can I lower my credit card debt?

  • How can I improve my credit report?

January 2020
  • Socially Responsible Investing: Aligning Your Money with Your Values

  • Hindsight Is 2020: What Will You Do Differently This Year?

  • Key Retirement and Tax Numbers for 2020

  • Could you survive a no-spend month?

  • How Consumers Spend Their Money

December 2019
  • How to Give Like a Billionaire When You Don’t Have Billions to Give

  • Take This Quiz: The Social Security Retirement Earnings Test

  • For College Savings, 529 Plans Are Hard to Beat

  • Should I sign up for an identity theft protection service??

  • Protecting Yourself Against Identity Theft

November 2019
  • Three Regrets of Retirees

  • Ten Year-End Tax Tips for 2019

  • Tips for Managing Your Holiday Spending

  • What are continuing care retirement communities?

  • Do independent living communities differ from CCRCs?

October 2019
  • Earnings Season: What Investors Can Take Away from Corporate Reports

  • Five Times in Your Life When You Might Need Help with Your Finances

  • Balancing 401(k) and HSA Contributions

  • What health services aren’t covered by Medicare?

  • How much will health care cost?

September 2019
  • Federal Income Tax: How Did We Get Here?

  • Five Retirement Lessons from Today’s Retirees

  • Social Security: Shoring Up America’s Safety Net

  • What are the warning signs of financial scams targeting older individuals?

  • How can I teach my high school student the importance of financial literacy?

August 2020
  • Almost Nine Out of Ten Women Qualify for Social Security on Their Own

  • Could You Be Responsible for Your Parents' Nursing Home Bills?

  • Four Things to Consider Before Refinancing Your Home

  • Three Things to Consider Before Your Next Trip

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