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“Who Moved My Cheese” was a great little book about dealing with things that don’t happen the way we expected and how we adapt to them. As we look at the world today, certainly, … more
Many people are pondering their course of action given the recent turmoil in geopolitical affairs where Russia has invaded Ukraine and the volatility of the stock market. Which makes the most … more
Recently I had a business trip to Topeka, Kansas and landed during a 6-inch snowstorm.  Given the fact that we recently had a blizzard followed by 9 inches or so shortly thereafter, I … more
Credit is defined as a customer obtaining services or products before payment with the trust that payment will be made in the future. Credit affords people purchasing power they would not have if … more
The American Red Cross and the Canadian Red Cross help communities in their own countries and across the globe every day. The Red Cross is perhaps most visible in the aftermath of natural disasters. … more
As the year 2022 rolls out, it is important to review your IRA accounts and determine if they are structured to avoid potential pitfalls due to the Secure Act of 2020.  Also, there are specific … more
Experts say that with mortgage rates beginning to rise, refinancing your home now might be your last best chance to lower your monthly mortgage payment, as rates remain near all-time lows. Those … more
Patience is a virtue, but waiting can be costly in regard to saving for retirement. A 2019 report from the Economic Policy Institute found that nearly half of families have no retirement account … more
Cost of living is a significant component of financial planning. The cost of living may dictate where people live and work, and a high cost of living can influence how individuals spend their free … more
METRO Hardworking adults spend years striving to achieve their professional goals. Along the way, planning for retirement is a way to ensure all that hard work pays off when the time comes to call … more
As we start the year 2022, now is a great time to either start or revisit a strategy about your financial planning.  This does not have to be a highly complex plan but a plan … more
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