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Giving a gift of stock is simple in practice, but there are tax issues and more to consider first.
After more than two years of steadily rising interest rates, we believe 2019 could mark the peak in U.S. Treasury yields for the current business cycle. However, while the prospect of more stable or lower interest rates may be positive for bond investors, we expect the road ahead to be bumpy.
Here are five common money missteps, and measures you can take to get back on track.
Your 30s are often a decade of competing financial priorities. Here are a few things you can do to stay on track.
You’re an independent-minded person. You make choices for yourself based on the best information available. You own your decisions, right or wrong. Right?
Don’t let emotions get the best of you when it comes to managing your portfolio.
You know you should own a variety of investments, but it also helps to understand the true meaning of diversification.
Take advantage of Medicare’s benefits and potential by using the Open Enrollment Period each year to educate yourself, review options and make changes if needed. Here are steps to help.
After traveling to Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore last week, I reminisce about some of the more lively discussions we had with our Asian clients and investors.
Social Security is a complex topic. And if you’re nearing retirement, when to claim your benefits is a critical decision.

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