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January 2023

Posted by Financial Strategies Group in Economic Update, Financial Planning, Insights, Newsletters

When we come across articles that speak to our core investment philosophies, we are inclined to share them with you all, especially during times of larger market and world events. During these events, emotions run heavy, and our instinct is to flee or immediately change…

November 2022

Posted by Financial Strategies Group in Giving More, Health and Happiness, Newsletters

If you’ve been reading our newsletter over the past few years, then you’re most likely familiar with the theme of this month’s letter. Gratitude. A simple word. One that we are all very familiar with and have even gone so far as to dedicate an…

October 2022

Posted by Financial Strategies Group in Financial Planning, Giving More, Newsletters

With October being National financial planning month, we thought now was a better time than any to discuss just how crucial a financial plan is to your financial and personal goals. That said, it’s also the beginning of the year’s final quarter, and the end…

September 2022

Posted by Financial Strategies Group in Newsletters

Why We Continue Fighting to End Alzheimers As many of you know, it’s around this time of year when we start raising additional awareness and funds for our annual walk to end Alzheimer’s. Not only is this a cause that some of us feel passionately…

How Much do Retirees Spend on Healthcare Costs?

Posted by Financial Strategies Group in Blog Posts

One source of financial risk that older Americans face is high health care expenses. Although the largest share of these expenses is due to predictable insur- ance premiums, retirees can pay sizable additional out-of-pocket costs as well.1 Medicare and Medicaid help reduce this risk, but…

August 2022

Posted by Financial Strategies Group in Giving More, Newsletters

How to Navigate the Age of Internet Scams and Identity Theft Protecting your money and identity has come a long way since the days when you bought groceries with a check that had your name, birthdate, Social Security number, and address printed on it. But,…