Tom Fridrich, JD, CLUⓇ, ChFCⓇ, Senior Wealth Planner The end of the year offers an ideal opportunity to look both forward and back — reflecting on recent achievements, while setting goals for the upcoming months. For many of my clients, it’s also a time to review their finances and i …Continue Reading!
When market volatility occurs, it’s completely natural to feel anxious about your finances. This is an uncomfortable time for all investors – seasoned and new.
By Craig Lemoine, Director of Consumer Investment Research Suppose last year you went grocery shopping and filled your cart with $100 worth of items. This year, you went to the same store and bought the same items – this time, the bill rang up at $107.50. The difference of $7.50 re …
By Matt Lewis, Vice President, Insurance Just because we express a desire to do something, doesn’t mean we’ll do it.
Ryan Yamada, CFP®, Senior Wealth Planner It was late one afternoon when I received the call from a retired client.
By Craig Lemoine, Director of Consumer Investment Research Stocks, bonds and mutual funds have had a rocky start to the year. The S&P 500, a broad measure of the United States stock market, was down 4.6% over the first quarter. Mutual funds holding stocks and bonds have also lost value. …
by Jamie P. Hopkins, ESQ., CFP®, LLM, CLU®, ChFC®, RICP® Regardless of how far off you are from retirement, there’s one main goal your planning should be working toward: saving enough so that you don’t outlive your money.