With an incident occurring every 22 seconds, 33% of Americans have faced some form of identity theft at some point in their lives.
The U.S. has experienced two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth in 2022 but the NBER has yet to call our current condition a recession.
SAFE Haven of Racine receives 2022 Client Appreciation Donation Charitable donations made on behalf of our clients has become a popular and widely appreciated practice. Given that COVID precautions led us to cancel our annual large-scale, in-person client appreciation events for the past few years, we donated sizeable funds to charitable organizations in lieu of…
Earlier in October we sent a communication to our clients describing some of the current conditions that are having an impact on the financial markets.
In 2022 savings account interest rates have increased to the point where they are paying significantly more than checking accounts.
As we celebrated our country’s independence this month, thinking about our own personal financial independence is worth pondering too.
The bear is not a welcome visitor to the U.S. stock market, but nonetheless he has returned for what we hope is a short stay.
Besides understanding how rising interest rates affect the value of your bonds which increases the likelihood of sticking with your investment strategy, consider owning shorter term bonds which are less sensitive to interest rates.
Series I savings bonds are offering 7.12 percent interest rate through April, 2022. Consider adding this asset to your portfolio.
Here are three considerations for your portfolio when a market decline looks inevitable.