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Social Security is one of the most important income sources for American seniors. According to a recent poll, more than 70% of retirees rely heavily on Social Security and 40% of the group relies entirely on their benefits. Because of these facts, it is important to maximize the amount your …
Five years ago, Congress passed the most far-reaching tax legislation since 1986, the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017, better known as the Trump Tax Cut. This made many changes to tax law. Some of these changes are adjusted every year for inflation, to eliminate “bracket creep.” That is when…
There were several changes to the tax code and a new law signed during the holiday that will have a big impact on your retirement and the taxes you pay. President Biden signed the Secure Act 2, which was part of the 4,155-page, $1.7 trillion spending bill. Secure Act 2 makes some changes to …
Financial investors suffered a nightmare in 2022. After enjoying a 12-year bull market, utopia came to an end last year. Beginning at the conclusion of the last market crash in 2008, the stock market enjoyed a near perfect environment. Interest rates were near zero. Some countries even had n…
COVID-19, lamentably, is still in business and affecting businesses globally and locally. The pandemic’s impact is not as profound now, yet it remains part of a mix of factors that has cast a financial pall over the United States and other nations. This collection of conundrums heads the Obs…
Everything Ann K. (Kris) Drach has done in her life gave her the skills and superpowers to reshape the Literacy Council of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
The new butler at AC Hotel in Southpointe started work, appropriately, on Nov. 1 – the day after Halloween. At 3 feet tall, he navigated his first shift at the hotel appearing to be a toddler wearing a clever, chic costume he had slept in following his first foray for Milky Ways and M&Ms.
A cluster of old buildings in the heart of Claysville is an early centerpiece of an economic development/revitalization project along the Interstate 70-Route 40 corridor.
We live in a world of controversy, where “I am right and everyone else is wrong” is a common refrain. But there is one domain where there are absolute right and wrong answers that can’t be second guessed. That domain is mathematics.
This year both for today’s food cost and upcoming Christmas shopping we are facing increased inflation that has not been this high for 40 years.
If I were to describe investing in 2022, my first word would be volatile. We have seen daily swings in the Dow Jones and NASDAQ of 3 to 4%. I see no reason to believe this volatility will end. If you are a long-term investor I would advise you to stay in the market but be ready for a bumpy road.
We are about half way through this year’s Medicare open enrollment period. It runs every year between Oct. 15 through Dec. 7.