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Weekly insights on the markets, economy, and financial planning

Investors and economists have breathed a sigh of relief as new inflation data suggest that price pressures are easing.
We live in an increasingly digital world, and sometimes the only thing protecting you from identity theft is a strong password.
Before paying off your child's student loans, you should consider all options, especially if you have any high-interest debt yourself.
There was a time when you'd have a nice pension at the end of your working years. Now, of course, pensions are not as common, though you certainly have more retirement plan options available to you.
In a year like this, when everything seems to be going south, it's tempting to want to get out of the market completely.
We've enclosed our 2nd Quarter 2022 Newsletter where we share our insights on the markets, economy, investing, and financial planning. 
As the economy responds to inflationary pressures, investors continue to struggle with violent, daily price swings across the stock market.
June is elder abuse awareness month, and I recently watched a presentation from Schwab’s fraud & risk management team on the growing trend of scams against the elderly.
The question at the forefront of many investors' minds is whether the economy can achieve a so-called "soft landing" in the face of high inflation, rising interest rates, Fed rate hikes, geopolitical conflicts, and other challenges.
Last year, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that 4.5 million Americans, or 3% of the entire workforce, quit their jobs in November of 2021.

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