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The Future of Transportation

By info | April 16, 2020

The United States is a very large, land-mass country. Yet, it offers few options in terms of coast-to-coast mass public transit, particularly compared to other developed countries. Europe’s countries tend to be smaller and their cities more dense, making them more transit-friendly. Asian countries made enormous government investments in urban rail networks just as their…

Affordable Housing Crisis Challenges

By info | April 13, 2020

There are several factors contributing to the current housing shortage in the U.S. For starters, low inventory of existing homes for sale has driven up the prices of available housing, leaving many first- and second-time homebuyers unable to afford to buy or trade up. Housing permits for new construction have risen throughout the past couple…

Breaking Down the Recent Jargon of the Market

By info | April 9, 2020

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq experienced quite a roller coaster ride in March. There are mixed opinions as to whether it was due to the global economic impact of the seemingly unstoppable new COVID-19 coronavirus or due to the federal government’s delayed response and tactical efforts to constrain…

Insuring Income In Coronavirus Outbreak

By info | April 6, 2020

As the COVID-19 strain of the coronavirus flows through our nation’s population, many Americans may find themselves working shorter shifts, working from home, on paid or unpaid medical leave, furloughed or even laid off. While additional remedies from federal, state and local governments may be forthcoming to help households sustain financial stability, there are programs…

Inheriting a 401(k) Plan

By info | April 2, 2020

Within the scope of an investment portfolio, the commonplace 401(k) may seem to be a simplistic account. But it’s not, especially when it comes to estate and legacy planning. The named beneficiary on the plan will inherit your 401(k) regardless of your will’s instructions. And from there, a spectrum of various choices emerge based on…

Your Money Persona

By info | March 30, 2020

We are all unique individuals with distinct personalities, likes and dislikes as well as different ways of talking, thinking, solving problems and interacting. We have exclusive modes of expressing ourselves through dress, grooming and our own catchphrases. And, we each have our own way of thinking about money. Some of us are frugal, some are…

Climate Change: A World of Opportunity

By info | March 26, 2020

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the amount of heat stored in the upper levels of the ocean reached an all-time high in 2019. This is a primary factor that contributes to the rise in sea levels. Furthermore, the world’s five warmest years have all occurred since 2015.1 On the heels of Davos…

Chipping Away at Health Care Problems

By info | March 23, 2020

The Supreme Court recently said it wouldn’t fast-track a hearing to discuss the end of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka “Obamacare”), which means it’s unlikely a ruling will come before the 2020 election.1 Instead, Congress is engaged in a slow-moving discussion of health care issues with varying degrees of potential impact. In…

Boomerangers: When the Chickadees Return Home To Roost

By info | March 19, 2020

That first summer after they graduate from college. When they get laid off. After a divorce. There are plenty of times in life when adult children, albeit reluctantly, move back in with their parents until they can get on stronger financial footing. Unfortunately, this has a way of happening right about the time when parents…

6 Reasons to Celebrate Spring

By info | March 4, 2020

The more extreme weather that ravages summer and winter, the more we appreciate the comparably moderate temperatures of spring and fall. But if the weather isn’t enough to lift your spirits after a long, cold winter season, here are six more reasons to celebrate spring. Less crime: Research has found that robberies drop 27% during…

Getting a Fix on Health Care

By info | February 28, 2020

If you’ve been lucky enough to receive employer-subsidized health insurance throughout your career, retirement may be a bit of an eye-opener. Many retirees expect Medicare to cover all their health care expenses, but it doesn’t. You’ll pay a premium for comparable coverage, plus you may have to contribute to deductibles and copays throughout the year.…

Two Retirement Planning Approaches: Safety vs. Probability

By info | February 26, 2020

According to Merrill, four of the most common risks to your retirement strategy are:1 A significant market drop shortly before or early in your retirement Inflation reducing your spending power over time Unexpected medical and/or long-term care expenses Outliving your assets If you are nearing retirement, it might be time to review your current financial…


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