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Watch the video below to learn about the 6 most common financial divorce mistakes and how to avoid them.

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Weekly Market Commentary July 2, 2018

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Weekly Market Commentary July 2, 2018

Stock markets finished the quarter on a down note. The S&P 500 and the global MSCI ACWI both dropped 1.3%. The Bloomberg BarCap Aggregate Bond Index shrugged off higher inflation and rose 0.3% last week.

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How Emotional Decisions Can Ruin Your Investment Strategy

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How Emotional Decisions Can Ruin Your Investment Strategy

More money is left behind than lost during market declines. When an investor reacts emotionally to declines, they often pull money out of the market, derailing their investment strategy and leaving them much less exposed to equity markets. Often, these moves are made very near the bottom of the market and the investor leaves behind a substantial portion of return.

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Weekly Market Commentary June 25, 2018

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Weekly Market Commentary June 25, 2018

Global stocks declined last week as the Trump administration’s rhetoric and proposals regarding global trade continued to concern investors. OPEC indicated it would increase oil production less than expected, and oil prices climbed between 3% and 5% depending on the market.

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Weekly Market Commentary June 18, 2018

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Weekly Market Commentary June 18, 2018

Announcements by government officials led market news last week. The Fed announced another rate hike, a judge approved the AT&T-Time Warner merger, and the Trump administration announced sanctions against Chinese goods. The net impact on markets was minimal. The S&P 500 was basically unchanged. The global MSCI ACWI dropped 0.4%, and the Bloomberg BarCap Aggregate Bond Index rose 0.1%.

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Weekly Market Commentary June 11, 2018

Market Commentary

Weekly Market Commentary June 11, 2018

Strength in consumer stocks led markets higher last week. The S&P 500 rose 1.6%. The global MSCI ACWI increased 1.2%, and the Bloomberg BarCap Aggregate Bond Index edged 0.2% lower.

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June Monthly Newsletter: Top 5 Reasons Your Estate Plan Needs a Corporate Trustee

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June Monthly Newsletter: Top 5 Reasons Your Estate Plan Needs a Corporate Trustee

As you plan for your own and your family’s financial future, you may be considering the creation of a trust. Many estate plans utilize what is called a revocable living trust. During your life, you generally serve as Trustee of your revocable living trust and can either retitle your assets in the name of the trust during your life or you can use a “pour-over will” to direct your Personal Representative or Executor to transfer any individually owned assets at your passing to your trust.

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When Can You Retire?

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When Can You Retire?

Not surprisingly, one of the most common goals financial planners help their clients with is analyzing cash flow in retirement so they can live their lives comfortably without worrying about outliving their money. Cash inflow in retirement can come from many sources (Social Security, retirement plans, savings, annuities, pensions) so it’s important to consider how much and when to expect cash inflows.

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Divorce Planning

There’s no question divorce is one of the most stressful and emotionally- charged experiences people may encounter in their adult lives. However, it is possible to get through a divorce with your self-esteem, finances and future intact. The key is careful and deliberate planning.

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Divorce Planning

Divorce can be emotionally and financially stressful but with the proper planning, you can get through it with your finances and future intact. Here are some stats to consider when it comes to the financial impact of divorce.

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