The leaves are just beginning to turn and the children may be masked, but they're back at school. This is a welcome return to normalcy. Although COVID cases have been spiking in some areas, the number of fully-vaccinated people both in the US and around the world is continuing to rise. Children from 5-11 may soon have access to the vaccine with the possibility of emergency use authorization on the table. This is all cause for optimism.
We hope you enjoy the new look and feel of this newsletter. Each month we will continue to bring you a selection of curated articles to help you make informed decisions about your financial future as well as a lifestyle feature as a reminder to enjoy the good things in life.
As always, we’re here to do all we can to help you achieve your most important goals.
If you're considering a renovation, there's one question that's probably at the top of your list: "How much should I spend?" Well, the answer is, it depends.
If you plan to stay in your home for five years or more, invest what you can afford for the look and upgrades you want. If you’re planning to sell, take a different approach.
Practical ways for improving your quality of life. "How you spend every day is how you spend your life."
Investors may wonder whether stock returns will suffer if inflation keeps rising. Here’s some good news: Inflation isn’t necessarily bad news for stocks.
There are a lot of good reasons to teach your kids about money. For one, you don't want your children repeating your own financial mistakes. Also, if you raise financially shrewd adults, chances are they won't someday be asking you for money. By helping them, you're helping yourself.
Whether you’re a huge fan of Halloween or your friends just make you dress up with them every year, doing the holiday up in a group costume is way more fun than going at it alone.