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4 Easy-to-Overlook Estate Planning Mistakes

4 Easy-to-Overlook Estate Planning Mistakes

It’s easy to avoid making an estate plan, but not having one won’t be easy on your loved ones. Having your affairs in order can be a big help to your family, so consider creating a comprehensive estate plan. Unfortunately, there are many easy-to-overlook estate...

Quince Tart

Quince Tart

This riff on the autumnal classic apple pie serves 12! A quince and vanilla filling is topped with a lattice of golden pastry. Serve with whipped cream. Ingredients: 500g quinces (about 3), peeled, cored and cut into 4cm pieces1/2 vanilla pod, seeds scraped1/2...

You Can’t Stop Inflation, But You Can Prepare

You Can’t Stop Inflation, But You Can Prepare

Did you ever hear your parents or grandparents talk about how much less everything used to cost? They weren’t exaggerating – in 1960, a gallon of conventional whole milk was 31 cents, and today it’s $3.77 on average.1 A few dollars might not seem like much, but that’s...

Looking Forward to Summer and Retirement

Looking Forward to Summer and Retirement

If you’re planning on taking a vacation, it’s probably something that you’ve looked forward to for a while now. Maybe you haven’t traveled much since before the pandemic and want to this summer, or maybe you’ve recently retired and just want to relax and enjoy your...

4 Common Retirement Mistakes You Could Be Making

4 Common Retirement Mistakes You Could Be Making

Practice makes perfect, but unfortunately, retirement isn’t something you can practice. It typically happens one time, and there may not be many opportunities to learn from your mistakes. The best way to avoid making mistakes in the first place is to educate yourself...

Three Unexpected Taxes in Retirement

Three Unexpected Taxes in Retirement

When we think of major retirement expenses, we often consider housing, healthcare, and that trip of a lifetime we’ve been dreaming about for years. But, we often fail to consider what could potentially be our biggest expense – taxes. Many of your sources of income in...

The History and the Future of Money

The History and the Future of Money

We’ve come a long way from trading pelts and seashells as currency, and there have been many changes to how we produce and use currency between then and now. The value of currency and inflation affect us all, as we’ve seen recently at the gas pump and the grocery...

Russia Pegs Ruble and Oil to Gold

Russia Pegs Ruble and Oil to Gold

Russia Has Changed the Way Gold Trades by Setting a New Floor for Gold Ever since the 24th of February when Putin invaded Ukraine, the Russian leader has been engaged in an intense chess match against the other major leaders of the western world. Western leaders,...

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