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Remember back on July 30th, the Commerce Department reported that GDP decreased at an annual rate of 32.9% in the second quarter of 2020. It was the worst quarterly decline in history. And unfortunately, that almost 33% decline was on the heels of a 5% decline in the first quarter.

Well on October...

review your open company benefits

Open enrollment for employee benefits kicks off on November 1st. Before you plan your Thanksgiving menu, you should take the time to review your benefit choices.

Employee benefits experts expect benefits to change next year like few years before – given the rising costs of health care and the impa...

A Very Solid Third Quarter

Global equity markets continued their rebound from earlier this year, despite struggling in the final month of the quarter. By the time the third quarter closed, investors saw that:

  • The DJIA ended the third quarter up 7.6%
  • The S&P 500 ended the third quarter up 8.5%
  • ...
time in the market not market timing

It is only natural that investors would want to find some way to sit out bear markets and get back just in time for the next bull run. The belief that you can foresee the direction of the stock market is a seductive one.

Some investors are confident that they can time it perfectly and snap up equ...

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Stock markets have been very strange this year. We witnessed the fastest sell-off in history between February and March, with the S&P 500 falling more than 30%, only to enjoy the best recovery ever, reaching an all-time high on August 21.

Institutional investors and especially pension funds have g...

Managing your money is an art. If you take care of your money now, it will take care of you in the future.

So, you might be doing proper financial planning like following a realistic budget to set up a spending plan to keep a tab on your finances.

However, some unexpected emergencies can lead to...