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Stay Healthy while Staying Home

Hopefully you’re becoming a little more comfortable with the health care basics that are helping to slow the spread of COVID-19. According to our public health officials, maintaining a safe distance from other folks, wearing a cloth face covering to the grocery store, and washing your hands are still the most effective steps we can all take to “flatten the curve” and protect our most vulnerable family, friends, and neighbors.

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How to Stay on Track, Continue to Give to Others in Howard County, MD

The coronavirus pandemic has created a very uncertain market environment right now. However, your long-term financial goals are probably still the same: buying a house, getting your kids through college, starting your own company, giving back, and retiring on your own terms. The path towards those goals might have swerved a little in the past few weeks. But if you are still working and your income hasn’t been disrupted too severely, these four tips will keep you heading in the right direction.

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Keep Calm and Carry On: What To Do When Markets Go Down

The ups and downs of the market, otherwise known as volatility, are a normal part of investing, but that doesn’t make it any easier to stomach when the market experience significant downward swings. The early weeks of August were a reminder that investing in equities can sometimes be a roller coaster ride. As with roller coasters, market rides are not for the faint-hearted.

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Seven Keys to Your Financial Planning

Your heart sinks as you enter your financial advisor’s conference room. You see the big binder sitting on the table in the spot reserved for you. Fifteen minutes into the meeting, your eyes glaze over from all the charts, graphs, questions and financial jargon...