June 2014 Newsletter

Planning Your Financial Future

Well, May flew by (or maybe it just seems that way as I get older). Anyway,
June is here. The children get out of school soon. Please drive safely. The weather
warms up, days get longer, and kids may dart into the street unexpectedly.
Top 10 Tax Breaks You’ll Miss in 2014
While it’s possible that Congress could retroactively extend some
or all of these ten provisions, you’ll have to evaluate your 2014
tax situation based on the fact that they’re no longer available.
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Personal Finance Tips for New Graduates
You’ve marched along to Pomp and Circumstance and collected
your diploma–now you are ready to finally head out on your own.
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Financial Choices: College, Retirement, or Both?
It’s the paramount financial conflict many families face, especially
as more couples start having children later in life. Should you
save for college or retirement? The pressure is fierce on both
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Are con artists adopting trendy twists on old scams?
Con artists may base scams on trendy topics or threats, but they
still use old-school techniques to try to get important information
or money.
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What is duration, and why should I pay attention to it?
If you have bond holdings in your portfolios, you may want to pay
attention to duration to gauge the potential impact if and when
interest rates rise.
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