It’s Identity Theft Prevention Week. Are You Protected?
Scammers invent new, more sophisticated ways to steal identities every day. With tax time just around the corner, it may be helpful to learn some of the ways criminals may try to steal your identity.
What the Headlines Don’t Tell You
Knowing how and when to tune out the noise of alarming stock market headlines can relieve anxiety and help you stay on the path to a better investment experience.
At a Career Crossroads? 5 Financial Moves to Make Before you Quit
Will the “Great Resignation” continue in 2022? It appears so. If you leave your current job before you accept a new one, make sure you’re financially prepared for a search that may last longer than expected.
Prioritizing Long-Term Goals Over Short-Term Resolutions
While making resolutions may help you achieve easy short-term goals, they likely won’t help you weather complexities like inflation or the pandemic as you plan for your next chapter.
Filing Your Taxes in 2022: Updates from the IRS
There’s no time like the present to prepare for tax season! We have some reminders from the Internal Revenue Service to help make tax filing easier, along with some special items to consider.
Future-Proof Your Business in 2022 with Scenario Planning
With 2022 upon us and the number of COVID variants continuing to grow, how can small businesses mitigate the potential for more negative effects in the coming year? Scenario planning, a way of visualizing different futures for your business, may hold some answers.
Six Things to Consider Before Adopting a Nomadic Lifestyle
Although a nomadic lifestyle may sound like an opportunity to drift along on your own time to whatever destination sounds good in the moment, a successful nomadic lifestyle should include some advance planning.
To Improve Talent Acquisition and Retention, Think Holistically
If you own a business, you may be in the midst of your annual planning process – determining your 2022 priorities and budgeting the resources to help you achieve them. But keeping and attracting the best talent to execute next year’s strategy is a looming problem.
Design Your Next Chapter with These Three Steps
These days, it seems our entire workforce is reckoning with a desire to experience life on their terms. Whether you are 45 or 65, you may be thinking about your life differently now, and considering some new options for how to spend your time in the future.
How to Have the “Money Talk” With Your Parents
Money is an emotional topic – that’s why many families aren’t comfortable sharing information with each other about their finances. However, it’s never too early to start talking to your parents about their money situation. That’s because failing to understand their finances could have unpleasant – maybe even dire — consequences down the road.
The Shelves Might be Empty for Christmas
Demand for imported consumer goods continues to surge, while at the same time, there are significantly fewer workers required to maintain and operate these supply chains. Unfortunately, there’s no quick fix. The supply chain is currently on the operating table.
Maybe This Bull Market Is Young
In casual conversations, “we need a market correction” has become commonplace. The S&P 500 has doubled since the lows in March of last year. We achieved 55 new all-time highs this year; the previous record of 77 new all-time highs in 1995 is within reach.