Year-End Financial To Dos

by Laura Navarro The end of the year is a busy time spent with friends and family during holiday celebrations. Consequently, most people aren’t thinking about financial “spring cleaning.”   However, carving out time to organize and visit the following items will prove...

Market and Election Update

by Robert Katch Before Tuesday, November 9th, almost all indicators pointed toward a Hillary Clinton victory and Democratic control of the US Senate. However, that did not happen. Now that the election is behind us, it’s time to start looking at which segments of the...

Beware When T.I.N.A. Comes Knocking

by John Bossler Wall Street pundits love coming up with acronyms and catchy phrases for what they favor in the markets. While this style of reporting can make for good headlines, investors often pay more attention to the hoopla than to understanding the facts. One...

Closing the Retirement Savings Gap

by Jennifer Leighton It’s no secret that Americans aren’t saving enough for retirement. In fact, a recent survey by GoBankingRates found that 56% of Americans have less than $10,000 saved for retirement and 1-in-3 have no retirement savings at all.  Yikes.  But that’s...