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An Inverted Yield Curve. What Does It Mean?

April 12th, 2019

There has been a lot of talk about the yield curve in the past two weeks. What it says, what it means, and how it is going effect us. But what exactly is the yield curve? And why do we need to know it? Well that’s what  we are here to find out. The yield […]

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Economy Update

April 4th, 2019

                With so much going on in politics and current events, its hard to narrow down our focus on the economy. But this is especially important when you need to keep track of what is happening with your money. There have been some changes that you should definitely be aware of in many sections of […]

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What Is Going On Now.

January 18th, 2019

I want to thank Investopedia’s Caleb Silver for the work that he put into this article to make sure that the people are well informed. Not only on the status on their money, but on the status of the turbulent market that we are a part of currently. Please read the article below and make […]

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2019 Projections

January 14th, 2019

There has been a decent amount of turbulence in the world economy during this transitional period into the new year, to say the least. There have been plenty of ups and downs domestically as well as internationally. This article gives a synopsis of the changes that went on at the end of 2018 as well […]

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Cost Segregation

January 2nd, 2019

Cost Segregation Analysis Taxes are a necessary part of any functioning economy. And although I am sure we all would prefer a world without taxes, there are still ways that we can make our taxes work for us. The government has created tax incentives in order to create opportunities for companies to generate cash to […]

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Unexpected Health Care Expenses Can Drain Your Retirement Savings

September 8th, 2017

Life is a grand adventure. An adventure filled with surprises at every turn. However, not all surprises are good. As we get closer to our golden years, healthcare becomes one of the least pleasant of our surprises. Health care cost is the biggest problem retirees face today. Unexpected medical expenses can derail retirement plans if […]

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Gandolfini Estate Mess

September 6th, 2017

James Gandolfini’s $30 Million Estate Tax Mistake In “The Sopranos,” the IRS didn’t stand a chance against Mafia boss Tony Soprano. But thanks to poor planning, the IRS will be the biggest beneficiary of actor James Gandolfini’s estate. Gandolfini died with an estate worth an estimated $70 million. Leaving 20% to his wife and 80% […]

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Retirement Income Streams: Why you need more than one

June 26th, 2017

When investors focus solely on the accumulation of a certain amount of money—such as $1 million or $2 million—to finance their retirement plans, they ignore the importance of cash flow. Creating reliable cash flows means you won’t be at the mercy of stock market declines, and having multiple streams of income prevents you from becoming […]

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Donald Trump’s Presidency And Social Security

December 13th, 2016

Trumps presidency has offered promise of economic growth in America, but economic growth doesn’t mean that everyone in the country is going to have more money and suddenly be in a better place. In fact, the bulk of Trumps plan, or at least what we can see so far, relies heavily on giving more money […]

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Don’t Depend On Someone Else

December 1st, 2016

Pensions used to be a dependable backbone for the American retirement plan. You put in your time and take care of your company, and in return they take care of you. But with the changes made in the economy there has been less and less room in the budget for many companies to be able […]

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