Most people look forward to retirement in their later life. It’s a rewarding feeling when the fruit of your labor becomes apparent, and retirement is within reach. However, as Christians, we want to continue God’s work, even if it is not through our vocation. We can...
Markets marched expeditiously higher in July as investor optimism increased on signs that inflation may be softening.
As your child prepares for college, there are many things you’ll need to prepare them for – especially finances. Teaching them how to save, budget, and manage their own money for the first time is vital. Plus, if they are able to save some of their money, you can...
Many people start working with a financial advisor in the decade leading up to retirement, if not sooner. They want to have a solid investment strategy in place that will help them earn passive income and leave a sizable nest egg for family members in the future....
Stock markets bounced back last week, posting the first positive weekly return in a month.
Making financial decisions in a marriage can be difficult, even if you think you know everything about your partner. Living with someone and joining bank accounts for the first time can open your eyes to habits and beliefs that you were completely unaware of before.
We recently held our Quarterly Market Update Webinar. Watch the first video to hear from a member of the OneAscent Investment Committee on current portfolio positioning and performance. Watch the second video to receive market updates and commentary from featured speaker, Dolores Bamford, Co-Chief Investment Officer and Senior Portfolio Manager at Eventide.
In another busy week for markets, risk assets in general retreated over the past five days.
Here are six different types of scholarships your child may be eligible for and how you can start applying and saving today.
US stocks, as measured by the S&P 500 index, reached an all-time high in late December of 2021.