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The CARES Act: What Does it Mean for Your Retirement?

The CARES Act: What Does it Mean for Your Retirement?

On March 27, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”), which provides economic support to Americans who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. You are probably familiar with the highlights of the bill: Direct...

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What Do Zero-Percent Interest Rates Mean for You?

What Do Zero-Percent Interest Rates Mean for You?

The coronavirus pandemic has launched the country, and the world, into uncharted territory. In much of the world, society is essentially shut down. Schools and large events are closed. People are staying in their homes. Businesses have effectively closed across the...

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Are You Facing a Retirement Tax Bomb?

Are You Facing a Retirement Tax Bomb?

Do you use a 401(k) or IRA to save for retirement? You’re not alone. These types of accounts are popular for many reasons, but one of the biggest is their tax treatment. As you may know, these accounts are tax-deferred. That means you don’t pay taxes on growth as long...

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Coronavirus: What are Your Options?

Coronavirus: What are Your Options?

It’s been a volatile few weeks in the financial markets. Up until late January, we were still enjoying the longest bull market in history. In three short weeks, the bull market has ended, and we’ve entered bear market territory. Between Friday, February 21 and Monday,...

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What Does the 2020 Election Mean for Your Portfolio?

What Does the 2020 Election Mean for Your Portfolio?

The 2020 election cycle is in full swing. It’s primary season, which means the general election is right around the corner. Before you know it, the two major parties will have their conventions and we’ll be heading to the ballot box. Of course, you may already have...

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