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  • Aug 1 2022
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    What Should Your Financial Advisor Be Doing in a Volatile Market?

    Working with the wrong advisor can be costly. You need an advisor who will fight for you and your future. My team is ready and happy to help!

  • Jul 19 2022
    Client Newsletter 3Q22

    In April , I shared my thoughts and predictions that 2022 would be a difficult year. Let’s jump in and see what’s changed since the second quarter...

  • Jul 1 2022
    Should I Wait Out Uncertainties in The Market and Start Planning When Things Settle Back Down?

    Today’s challenges include rising taxes, inflation, interest rates, and market volatility. It is understandable to be nervous about the future...

  • Jun 2 2022
    My Grocery Bill Keeps Going Up. Any Suggestions?

    Planting a garden can improve your health, provide rewarding work, and might even lower your grocery bill. Still not convinced? Let's dig deeper...

  • May 5 2022
    Investment Update: May 2022

    As recently mentioned in the quarterly newsletters in January and April, your portfolios entered the new year with a moderately cautious stance.

  • May 2 2022
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    3 Things to Do If You Are a Victim of Cybercrime

    We do our best, but a digital life can put us in harm’s way. If cybercrime happens to you, it’s important to know what to do and act quickly...

  • Apr 13 2022
    Client Newsletter 2Q22

    Happy Spring! In our 2Q22 Newsletter, we discuss 2022, ways you can protect your family in inflationary times, our latest investment, and upcoming changes..

  • Apr 1 2022
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    Do’s and Don’ts When Caring for Your Aging Parents

    The issue of caring for aging parents will confront more Americans every year. Read our Do's and Don'ts to preserve you family relationships.

  • Mar 2 2022
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    How Can I Prepare For Tax Season?

    Truth is, most of us don’t understand the tax code. As tax season quickly approaches, here are some suggestions that might help your planning process.