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April 20, 2021

High-income earners are usually unable to contribute the same proportional amounts to their qualified retirement savings plans as others. Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation (NQDC) plans may provide a favorable solution to mitigate this difference. In this blog post Kevin Kingston provides an overview of NQDC plans and how they can help high-earning business owners, executives, and professionals.

Videos
April 13, 2021

Learn more about evidence-based investing from Savant’s Chief Investment Officer Phil Huber in part two of this six-part video series.

Market Commentary
April 13, 2021
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Coronavirus cases have continued to fall as the pace of vaccinations continues to trend higher; roughly 20% of the U.S. population is fully vaccinated now. As vaccines become more accessible, the world is entering the early stages of a return to normalcy. Take a look at the data behind that and more in April’s edition of MarketWise!

Videos
April 1, 2021
Live Webinar

One year ago, we hosted a virtual town hall at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. A year later with newfound perspective, our panelists shared wisdom gained and their outlook as we move forward.

Article
March 26, 2021
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Following the passage of the trillion-plus dollar stimulus bill, chatter about the prospects for intensifying inflation and its effect on the U.S. dollar are on the rise. But how likely is it for these risks to come to fruition? Applying a data-driven framework, we find that well-diversified investors may have less to fear than some pundits imply in their attempt to draw an audience.

Article
March 23, 2021
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With investing, evidence is literally the name of the game. Phil Huber wraps up this Evidence-Based Investing series by providing his insight on why a broadly diversified portfolio is a better mousetrap for long-term investors than conventional approaches.

Article
March 23, 2021

The problem with eye-popping fund returns has nothing to do with the managers of the fund, but rather our collective inability to resist the siren song of past performance. Chief investment officer Phil Huber talks about why these outliers often end up becoming victims of their own success.