Shakespeare on Finance – Don’t Procrastinate

Shakespeare on Finance – Don’t Procrastinate

William Shakespeare, as everyone knows, is the most famous playwright in history.  His plays have been translated into every major living language, and it’s said his works have been studied more than any but the Bible.  For centuries, people have loved him for his wit and his wisdom. We’d like to share a bit of …
Continue Reading

in: News, Weekly Wire

How to Protect Yourself—and Your Money—From Hackers

How to Protect Yourself—and Your Money—From Hackers

You’ve probably seen headlines like this over the past couple of weeks: Equifax® Says Cyberattack May Have Hit 143 Million Customers1 Every year, it seems more and more companies are falling victim to hackers. Even large organizations like Verizon®, Walmart®, and Target® aren’t immune. But the recent cyberattack on Equifax is especially noteworthy. As one …
Continue Reading

in: News, Weekly Wire

If you can dream it, you can do it.

If you can dream it, you can do it.

Our friends and our clients (sometimes they’re the same person) often ask us: “What’s the most important thing I need to do to prepare for retirement?” We usually tell them there’s no one thing that’s most important, but rather a lot of things.  For example: securing retirement income, managing your tax situation, or ensuring your …
Continue Reading

in: News, Weekly Wire

America’s Best Girl

America’s Best Girl

Records are made to be broken, standards are met to be surpassed, and the world is full of “firsts.”  But sometimes a new record comes from an unlikely source, and it’s in those instances that something truly remarkable happens. The remarkable happened ninety-one years ago.  On August 6th, 1926, Gertrude Ederle became the first woman …
Continue Reading

in: News, Weekly Wire