Tag: financial advisors

Cutting Wasteful Spending

As inflation eats up more of consumers’ spending power and the demands of saving for retirement marches into closer view, many individuals grow increasingly more doubtful of their ability to meet both current and future financial demands. Perhaps one of the most effective ways happen to also be the most within an individual’s control—reducing or eliminating wasteful spending.

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What Ails the Ticket Market?

The breakdown in the ticket market has led, in many instances, to predatory pricing and chaos. And Taylor Swift agrees, which is why she created a “Verified Fan” program that requires interested buyers to prove their identity to have access to pre-sale tickets. The U.S. Senate also sympathizes, which is why they’ve opened an investigation into the ticket selling business.

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Four Risks to the Market in 2024

As we begin 2024, the expectations for the market are moderately positive. Recognizing the potential for the experts to be wrong again, it may be instructive to examine some risks that could upend these positive expectations.

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Confusing Food Labels

Nearly every food product on today’s grocery shelves come with some claim: “Organic,” “Non-GMO,” “Pasture-fed chickens” and “Gluten-free” are some examples. These designations may be comforting, but they can also be misleading. Sugar, which is not healthy, can be designated as organic, while highly-processed foods loaded with fats and sugar can be labeled gluten-free.

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