The Shred Party What should you get rid of and hold on to? When and why? Provided by Paul Axberg If a shred party happens to spring up in your area, you may want to mark your calendar. For many years, shred parties, where a business or organization hosts clients or the public to the use of giant paper shredders, have presented a fun and easy way for folks to rid themselves of paper clutter.
Signs of Elder Abuse Physical, mental, and financial warning signals. Provided by Paul Axberg Is someone taking advantage of someone you love? June 15 is World Elder Abuse Prevention Day, a day to call attention to a crisis that may become even more common as baby boomers enter the “third acts” of their lives.1 Elder abuse has increased in America.
Retirement and Adult Children Supporting family can put a crimp in your strategy. Provided by Paul Axberg Families are one of the great joys in life, and part of the love you show to your family is making sure that their basic needs are met.
Major Risks to Family Wealth Will your accumulated assets be threatened by them? Provided by Paul Axberg All too often, family wealth fails to last. One generation builds a business – or even a fortune – and it is lost in ensuing decades. Why does it happen, again and again? Often, families fall prey to serious money blunders.
In this month’s recap: the S&P 500 returns to record territory, key economic indicators show strength, oil continues its ascent, and existing home sales decline. Monthly Economic Update Presented by Paul Axberg May 2019 THE MONTH IN BRIEF Wall Street shifted its focus from trade to earnings in April.
In this week’s recap: tariffs and U.S.-China trade tensions once again become the talk of Wall Street, and U.S. stocks end up lower, week-over-week.
Paul Axberg presents: SMART TIP: It’s a common misconception that “mega” doses on vitamin C will help prevent or recover from a cold more quickly. Rest and fluids (and a trip to your doctor) are usually the best bets for recovery. WHO SAID IT?
The Cost of Procrastination Don't let procrastination keep you from pursuing your financial goals. Provided by Paul Axberg Some of us share a common experience. You’re driving along when a police cruiser pulls up behind you with its lights flashing. You pull over, the officer gets out, and your heart drops.
In this week’s recap: stocks move sideways as earnings season gathers momentum, and retail sales jump. Weekly Economic Update Presented by Paul Axberg », April 22, 2019 THE WEEK ON WALL STREET A short and relatively placid trading week wrapped up Thursday, with the major indices turning in mixed performances.
Where Will Your Retirement Money Come From? Retirement income may come from a variety of sources. Provided by Paul Axberg For many people, retirement income may come from a variety of sources. Here’s a quick review of the six main sources: Social Security. Social Security is the government-administered retirement income program.