Inflation in Retirement

Written By: Andrea Bulen, CFP® Inflation started to creep back into everyday vocabulary in 2021. At first, many economists categorized inflation as “transitory” meaning they thought it was the result of artificially low prices from 2020 and that it would pass quickly. By late 2021, fewer economists were using the term transitory and Fed Chairman,…

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Think the Markets are Too High? Review Your Budget

Spending

Written By: Kevin Reardon, CFP® The financial press has been reporting a growing concern that people think the markets are too high. The implication is that if the markets go down, a person’s lifestyle will be impacted, and that’s a problem! The reality is market performance is not the main factor that impacts the success…

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