Weekly Economic Update May 31, 2021

In this week’s recap: Upbeat feelings boost the stock market, with America reopening ahead of Memorial Day.   T I P   O F   T H E   W E E K Does the cost of your homeowners insurance seem too high? Raising your deductible, installing an alarm, or even moving your coverage over to an insurer
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Retirement In Sight – May 2021

May 25, 2021 Retirement Insights
Monthly News and Information for Current and Future Retirees QUOTE OF THE MONTH “Embrace the glorious mess that you are.” – ELIZABETH GILBERT PANDEMIC ECONOMY OR NOT, SOME ARE ASPIRING TO RETIRE EARLY A new study from Hearts and Wallets, a research firm founded in 2010 to study American retirement saving and investing trends, hints that
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Monthly Economic Update May 2021

May 25, 2021 Blog
In this month’s recap: Stocks notched a solid gain, fueled by a succession of positive economic reports and a strong start to the first-quarter earnings season. T I P   O F   T H E   M O N T H Do you need several credit cards? Maybe not, especially if you don’t use some of them.
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Weekly Economic Update May 3, 2021

In this week’s recap: Stocks struggle to find their way amid several noteworthy earnings reports from corporations. T I P   O F   T H E   W E E K Think about setting up a system to record your allowable income tax deductions and credits. Too many people spend too many hours trying to figure out
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Retirement In Sight – April 2021

April 25, 2021 Retirement Insights
Monthly News and Information for Current and Future Retirees  QUOTE OF THE MONTH “Pretending is not just play. Pretending is imagined possibility. Pretending, or acting, is a very valuable life skill and we do it all the time.” – MERYL STREEP ARE YOUR FEDERAL INCOME TAXES DUE IN MAY? MAYBE, MAYBE NOT In March, the Internal
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