December 2017 Newsletter

Thanksgiving is over, and Christmas will be here shortly. You may want to think about your taxes, also. You still have time to make an extra mortgage payment to increase your mortgage interest deduction, put some money into your retirement plan, or donate those old clothes and other items you don’t need anymore.
Questions to Ask Before Buying That Thing You’ve Always Wanted
Even if you’re generally comfortable with your spending habits, you may occasionally worry about how much you’re spending, especially if you consistently have trouble saving for short- or long-term goals. Here are a few questions that might help you avoid a strong case of buyer’s remorse.
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Demographic Dilemma: Is America’s Aging Population Slowing Down the Economy?
Though the economy has continued to improve since the Great Recession, gross domestic product (GDP) growth has been weak compared with past recoveries. A number of economists believe that demographic changes may be the primary reason.
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It’s Time for Baby Boomer RMDs!
In 2016, the first wave of baby boomers turned 70½, and many more reach that milestone in 2017. What’s so special about 70½? That’s the age when you must begin taking required minimum distributions (RMDs) from certain tax-deferred retirement accounts.
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What can I learn from looking back on my financial situation in 2017?
As you reflect on the last year, take some time to review your financial situation.
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What financial resolutions should I consider making as I look ahead to 2018?
Start off the new year with a sound financial plan.
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