Stock Market Update

A brief recap of last week's stock market activity, economic news, and an eye on the week ahead.


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  • Student Debt: It's Not Just for Young Adults
  • Mid-Year Is a Good Time to Fine-Tune Your Finances
  • Investor Psychology: Behavioral Biases That Can Lear to Costly Mistakes
  • Telemedicine: The Virtual Doctor Will See You Now
  • A report on population increases and decreases by state for 2019.
  • Five key benefits of the CARES Act for individuals and businesses.
  • The difference between a will and a trust.
  • Information about the CARES Act suspending Federal student loan payments.
  • Should you spend your tax return or put it into your savings?
  • Keeping a steady investment strategy through a rocky start to the year.
  • How Social Security could offer a lifetime of protection.
  • How long should you keep financial records? 
  • What to do as the due date approaches for 2019 federal income tax returns.
  • Is it time to review your IRA estate planning strategies?
  • Spring cleaning your way to better finances.
  • Is there anyway to stop getting unwanted robocalls?
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  • Tips for targeting your retirement savings goals.
  • An overview of the new opportunities that the SECURE Act offers individuals and businesses.
  • Helpful discussion on how to close the gap in insurance coverage.
  • Answering a commonly asked question - "How can I lower my credit card debt?"
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  • Socially responsible investing (SRI) and how to align your money with your values.
  • Discussion on financial regrets and how to avoid them in the year to come.
  • Key retirement and tax numbers for 2020.
  • Tips on how to stick to a "no-spend month" - it could save you more than you think!
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  • How to give like a billionaire when you don't have billions to give.
  • The newest retirement trend is all about retiring EARLY.
  • Benefits and drawbacks of 529 plans for college savings.
  • Whether or not you should sign up for an identity theft protection service.

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