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How To Retire Early: A Step-By-Step Guide

How To Retire Early: A Step-By-Step Guide

For those of us in our working years, a common daydream is that nebulous date when we might retire and spend all of our time exactly how we want to. Suppose you want retirement to be a reality for you sooner rather than later. In that case, you will have to take some...

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The Power of Compound Interest: How Your Money Can Multiply Itself

The Power of Compound Interest: How Your Money Can Multiply Itself

Imagine a small seed that you plant in your backyard. You water it diligently and tend to it with care. As time passes, that seed grows into a magnificent tree, providing shade, beauty, and possibly even fruit. Now, let's apply this concept of growth to your finances...

September Market Commentary – A Raft of Reassuring Data – or Not?

September Market Commentary – A Raft of Reassuring Data – or Not?

August Recap and September Outlook For most of the summer, increasingly positive data releases fed into the market’s upbeat view of the economy. This seemed to contradict the consistent messaging from the Federal Reserve that it isn’t done raising rates and inflation...

Understanding Income Taxes

Understanding Income Taxes

You’re likely familiar with the term “income tax” - whether from filing your own taxes or keeping up to date on the news. Taxes are an integral part of our economy, and every citizen has to pay them. Despite the prevalence of taxes in modern day society, many people...

How to protect yourself and your assets against inflation

How to protect yourself and your assets against inflation

Inflation can erode the purchasing power of your money over time, making it crucial to take proactive steps to protect yourself and your assets. Some actionable strategies for safeguarding your financial well-being include investing in inflation-resistant assets and...

August Market Commentary – The Sunny Side of the Street?

August Market Commentary – The Sunny Side of the Street?

July Recap and August Outlook Data releases in July told a story of a stronger-than-expected economy, with headline CPI falling and the labor market remaining robust. The doom-and-gloom scenario of an all-but-inevitable recession seemed to be replaced by something...

July Market Commentary – The Fed Takes a Micro-Holiday

July Market Commentary – The Fed Takes a Micro-Holiday

June Recap and July Outlook The Fed finally hit “pause” on interest rate increases in June after fifteen months and ten consecutive rate hikes. The “dot-plot” indicated that Fed officials think two further increases may be necessary in 2023, and it’s become clear that...

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