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Take a Look at Life Insurance

By The Family Wealth Group | March 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Middle-aged adults have a plethora of middle-aged financial priorities. It’s hard to even call them priorities because each one is important; it’s just a matter of spreading the money you have across a variety of different needs. In fact, a typical mid-life checking account might include payouts for a mortgage, college tuition, a savings account,…

The Power of Mindfulness

By The Family Wealth Group | April 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

It seems everywhere you turn these days, from news shows to news articles to local advertisements, there’s this idea of promoting “mindfulness” in our day-to-day lives. Mindfulness is generally accepted as focusing one’s mental state on the present moment, being completely aware of all elements around us. Some financial professionals have expanded this idea of…

A 100-Year Lifespan: Ways to Help Increase Enjoyment

By The Family Wealth Group | April 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

The average life expectancy of a baby born in the U.S. today is 80 years. However, this prediction assumes prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of birth stay the same throughout a person’s life.1 In reality, patterns of mortality improve over time thanks to discoveries and innovations in nutrition and medical science. If you…

Work Less, Spend Less: How Retiring Boomers may Impact the Economy

By The Family Wealth Group | May 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

The economy has grown, in large part, because consumers are spending more money. It remains to be seen whether that trend will continue as more of the massive baby boomer generation approaches retirement. Even before people retire, many tend to slow down their spending habits. Part of this is lifestyle driven; by age 50, most…

Will We Ever Close the Gender Gap?

By The Family Wealth Group | May 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

Every year, the World Economic Forum updates its Global Gender Gap Report, which measures gender disparity across 144 countries and tracks this progress over time. The report pays special attention to the gaps between women and men with regard to health, education, economy and politics.1 Although the corporate “glass ceiling” has been broken by a…

How Government Regulations May Impact the “Average Joe”

By The Family Wealth Group | May 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

We tend to take government regulations for granted. They can be annoying, like having to sign the HIPAA privacy notice before a doctor’s visit, or time consuming, like the yearly requirement of filing a tax return. But as the new presidential administration begins rolling back financial regulations, some people may wonder how they might be…

Will Bank Changes Lead to Withdrawal From Human Interaction?

By The Family Wealth Group | May 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

The investment banking struggles that contributed to the 2008 recession prompted stronger regulations for the finance industry. Unfortunately, some of the rules created to keep the larger banks in check also impacted smaller community banks, which have suffered as a result.1 However, the Trump administration’s goal to cut regulations by 70 percent to 80 percent…

Simplify Your Life

By The Family Wealth Group | May 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

Life has its highs and lows. Sometimes when we go for a long stretch — everybody in the family is healthy, finances are on track, you’re enjoying yourself — we get that nagging feeling that our good fortune just can’t last. Often, that’s true. There’s inevitably a repair needed on your car, an appliance breaks…

Russia, Beyond the Headlines

By The Family Wealth Group | June 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

These days, people have all sorts of opinions about Russia. Even beyond politics, images come to mind of fur-lined parkas and frozen tundra – hard and cold weather conditions, despite the fact that parts of it have a humid, subtropical climate.1 Perhaps we should take a moment to see Russia for its more positive attributes:…

As You Age, Keep Looking Forward

By The Family Wealth Group | June 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Many people spend a large portion of their lives taking care of people like their spouse, children, siblings and older parents. Here’s a message for those in their later senior years: Don’t stop now. As we age, our concerns start to change. Some people may become preoccupied with ailments and difficulties in their living situations,…