If you are at, or approaching retirement, being 100% stocks would be painful right now. But, most of us are diversified and haven't felt the full brunt of the downturn in the markets. That will require less performance to get back to our pre-Coronavirus losses. Your portfolio is created specially for your needs.Read More
• Fear of a COVID-19 led recession sent US stocks into the fastest bear market in history in March 2020. • The stock market is typically a leading indicator, it tends to fall before the start of an economic recession and recover before the end of the recession. • No matter how deep the recession or how long the downturn, markets have always bounced back.Read More
As a Business Owner What Emergency Relief Options Should I Consider During The Coronavirus Pandemic?
Do you need help determining whether you qualify for the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) under the CARES Act? If so, consider the following:Read More
Many Americans are facing financial straits due to being adversely affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). To help provide relief, provisions were included in the new tax law; the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, to allow eligible individuals to take coronavirus-related distributions and loans from their retirement savings accounts. Certain limitations and rules are waived for coronavirus-related distributions and loans. These waivers make them more accessible and tempers any income tax consequencesRead More