Meet Our Summer 2020 Interns!
Help Us Welcome Our Interns We’re excited to announce that we’ll have two interns working for us this summer. Luke will be working on Mondays and Tuesdays and Bailey will be working on Thursdays and Fridays. Bailey Schwab Education Bailey is a rising junior at Johns Hopkins University majoring in Applied Mathematics & […]Continue reading ›
Ideas to Keep Children Busy During Quarantine
Like many parents, you may be stuck at home with your children during a national emergency for an unknown amount of time. You can’t do your go-to activities such as go to the movies, play dates with friends, go out to eat or visit their favorite park. So, what do you do as the hours […]Continue reading ›
Quarantined at Home?
We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone. As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps the world, you are likely spending more time than ever at home now. With money at the top of mind for many during this time, you may be wondering what you can do to be productive? Check out some things […]Continue reading ›
How to Cope with Quarantine
During these extraordinary times, we understand that it can be difficult to not spend your time worrying and bored. Many people are now spending majority of their time at home bored and looking for activities to do – so what can you do with all this new time on your hands? Check out some things […]Continue reading ›
Congress Passed a Stimulus Package – Now What?
We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone, and it can be overwhelming trying to understand the impact of COVID and the actions being taken as a response. Congress recently had a unanimous vote to pass a historic $2 trillion stimulus package called the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). […]Continue reading ›
Coronavirus and the Markets
We hope you’re healthy and holding up well with the news regarding the markets and the coronavirus. Much of the panic in the news and markets comes from the fact that nobody knows how bad the coronavirus will be. Unfortunately, when the markets are nervous, they tend to go down quickly. We’re assuming that we’ll […]Continue reading ›
Aging at Home as Part of a Village
The Baby Boomer population is aging, and with their retirement is on the horizon, many are giving more thought to where they will be living during retirement years, accessibility to medical care and social circles. With many seniors preferring to “age at home” rather than a typical nursing facility, there has been a development of […]Continue reading ›
What the SECURE Act Means for You
As of January 1, 2020, many changes from The SECURE Act will become effective. Some of the more notable changes that could impact your financial future involve the following: Major Changes by New Law: Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) Start at 72, not 70 ½ Traditional IRA Contributions After 70 1/2 Inherited Retirement Accounts Adoption/ Birth […]Continue reading ›
How to Conquer your Financial New Year’s Resolutions
2020 has arrived and with that we enter a new decade with new goals and new priorities. Now like some of us, your New Year’s resolution may be the same each year. If this is the case, it turns out that this year you might actually accomplish it. While research studies show that half of […]Continue reading ›
Tax and Financial Planning Year-End Tips
Tax and Financial Planning Year-End Tips With the end of the 2019 quickly approaching, the clock is ticking even louder on certain financial moves you may need to make before the end of the year. There are several tax strategies that may be worth exploring to save those extra tax dollars. Here are some […]Continue reading ›