Lifestyle Newsletter – July 2020

What Will the New Workplaces Look Like? – Open offices and co-working spaces, once so admired for their informality and egalitarian quality, may be out. More traditional floor plans may make a quick comeback, thanks to new CDC guidelines, which also advise companies to encourage physical distance and driving to work. The Chances of Totally […]

Lifestyle Newsletter – June 2020

The Virtue of Agreeing – If you want to defuse a conflict or a dispute at work or at home, start with an agreement. Phone Precautions for Credit Card Use – Sometimes, you have to give someone your credit card number over the phone. What can you do to make that moment a little less […]

Lifestyle Newsletter – May 2020

What Foods Should You Keep on Hand During Quarantine? – The most versatile, healthful foods you can keep on hand and get the most out of during quarantine. When Plans Change – Almost 50% of people leave the workforce earlier than planned. Is Handshaking “Canceled”? – Is the tradition over? Recipe of the Month – […]

Retirement Newsletter – April 2020

Using your quarantine as a trial run for retirement. Staying productive in the time of covid-19 can be a challenge. Rather than pulling out the board games, you might want to use the opportunity to stress-test your plans for early retirement. Specifically, if you are preparing to retire soon, you might be able to examine […]

Lifestyle Newsletter – April 2020

Accentuate the positive – Recent studies have linked several health benefits to optimism. Is it a hobby or a business? – If your pastime generates income, some things to consider. Travel insurance in the age of coronavirus – What will you do in case of a cancellation or illness? Recipe of the Month – Cauliflower […]

Retirement Newsletter – March 2020

Good career choices may lead to an improved retirement. What is your most powerful tool for building retirement savings? Perhaps, your income. For that matter, the path of your career could influence when and how well your retirement begins. […]

Lifestyle Newsletter – March 2020

Can a Quick Online Curriculum Open Doors to New Jobs and Careers? – In the world of continuing education, could online microcredentials soon create paths for Gen Xers and baby boomers to change careers or jobs without taking on more college debt? Comparing College Aid Offers – It would be nice if schools sent families […]

Lifestyle Newsletter – February 2020

The real numbers behind walking – be one step ahead. Getting a good value for winter rentals – what to think about. Planning your new garden – what might be new for you? Recipe of the Month – Celebration Chocolate Cupcakes. […]

Retirement Newsletter – January 2020

How the secure act impacts retirement accounts. A new federal law, the setting up every community for retirement enhancement (secure) act, directly affects retirees and retirement savers. It changes the rules regarding “stretching” an individual retirement account (ira) as well as longstanding retirement account rules keyed to age 70 1/2. […]

Lifestyle Newsletter – January 2020

A Development to Dwell On – Is a decade of more affordable homes ahead? Many homeowners aged 60 and older are expected to sell in the coming years, which may create an opportunity for new buyers in certain markets. A Good Time to Track Your Money – The start of 2020 provides the occasion to […]