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Our Mid-Year 2018 Economic Update

We’re halfway through 2018, and after a booming 2017, our economy has seen its fair share of ups and downs, market volatility, trade uncertainty, and record unemployment numbers. However, as most individual Americans see it, things are looking up. Here’s a bird’s-eye view of our economy as we reach the mid-year mark of 2018. Confidence …

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Five Financial Steps To Finish the Year Off Strong

When you watched the New Year’s Eve countdown and raised your glass to 2017, did you make any resolutions to put your finances first this year? Finance-related resolutions are the third most popular New Year’s resolution, following self-improvement and weight loss. (1) Millions of people strive to get out of debt, save more, or accomplish a …

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U.K. Voters Choose Brexit: Deciphering the Fear from the Facts

The British have spoken. As of last week, 17.4 million British voters had cast their ballot to exit the European Union, compared to 16.1 million who voted to remain. The repercussions of this vote were felt almost immediately as global futures markets traded wildly, currencies made big moves, and David Cameron turned in his resignation. …

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