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NestEgg News – September 2021

NestEgg News – September 2021

September and October come with a history of market volatility.  We witnessed a reminder earlier this week when the Federal Bank reiterated concerns about continued inflation.  The bank has been talking about inflation for the past several months, so it’s a bit...

NestEgg News – August 2021

NestEgg News – August 2021

With summer drawing to a close, we want to share some commonly asked questions over the past couple months. Will home prices continue to climb? Yes, but not as quickly as they have in the past 18 months (on a national level). As the charts below show, new home and...

NestEgg News – June 2021

NestEgg News – June 2021

NESTEGG NEWS - June   Baby Tarver is Here!! Marshall Alan Tarver was born on May 30th and we could not be more excited for Eric and Jamie! Inflation has NOT been a persistent and serious threat to the economy since the 1970s and early 1980s. In the past 30 years...

PENSION – Lifetime income or Lump Sum

PENSION – Lifetime income or Lump Sum

Should I Take the Lump Sum Option from My Pension? Key Points for Pension Options Choosing between lifetime income or a lump sum is a crucial and complicated decision. Make sure to consider the pros and cons of all of your options. When comparing lifetime income...

NestEgg News – April 2021

NestEgg News – April 2021

 This time last year, the World Health Organization declared the spread of Covid-19 a worldwide pandemic. Stringent measures in the U.S. were taken to slow the spread of Covid-19 to “flatten the curve.” Lockdowns and shelter-in-place orders dealt a body blow to the...

NestEgg News – March 2021

NestEgg News – March 2021

The Dow Jones (30 biggest companies in America) reached new highs last month based in part on optimism for President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure spending plan. Markets were also confident about increased vaccination rates and “herd immunity” potentially in...

NestEgg News – February 2021

NestEgg News – February 2021

NESTEGG NEWS - February Shiloh is getting excited for Mardi Gras, one of her favorite holidays of the year. Lilly on the other hand is still in quarantine because of her counter surfing. The U.S. stock market rallied to new highs earlier this month based on optimism...

A Rollercoaster Year Ends on a High Note

A Rollercoaster Year Ends on a High Note

In terms of finance, 2020 was a year none of us will forget. The initial outbreak of Covid-19 and fears about its rapid spread sent stocks tumbling in March. The stock markets dropped nearly 34% within a month’s time. The downdraft was fueled by uncertainty...

New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Resolutions are tools that offer us guideposts as we begin the new year.  The top two typical resolutions center around money and health. Our goal is to keep things simple and realistic, focusing on resolutions for your finances. We offer you options. Some may seem...

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