Inflation: Breaking Down the Consumer Price Index

Inflation: Breaking Down the Consumer Price Index

Rising costs have been a reality for much of 2021, though we anticipate the pace of increases to moderate in 2022 as energy prices and supply chain disruptions stabilize. Household and business spending are also expected to exhibit more historically normal patterns this year as fiscal and monetary stimulus are reduced (an acknowledgement that the economic recovery is well on-track).

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How Much of My Wealth Should I Leave for My Children & Charity?

How Much of My Wealth Should I Leave for My Children & Charity?

For those who have children, the urge to protect and provide for them never ends. Even as they grow into adults and start building their own lives, we still want to ensure they never go without the things they want and need in life. However, when it comes to estate planning, is it wise to give your children everything you own as an inheritance?

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How to Maintain your Retirement Plan if Finances Change Due to A Job Loss or Change

How to Maintain your Retirement Plan if Finances Change Due to A Job Loss or Change

Whether planned or unplanned, job changes can bring excitement, uncertainty, and hope for the future. If you are considering a change in your career this upcoming year or want to be prepared in case of a future job loss, your retirement plan is an essential factor to consider. How can you maintain your savings for life after retirement when your situation changes?

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5 Key Steps to Choosing a Financial Advisor

5 Key Steps to Choosing a Financial Advisor

Working with a financial advisor may seem like something that only wealthy investors do. However, according to the National Financial Education Council, this common misconception costs the average American $1,200 annually in unnecessary spending or savings loss. People in all financial situations can benefit from professional help, whether they want to start saving for retirement, pay off debts, or simply eliminate unnecessary spending and taxes from their annual budget.

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