Should You File for Social Security Early to Capture the Inflation Adjustment?
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Should You File for Social Security Early to Capture the Inflation Adjustment?

2022 – 10/17 by Buckingham Strategic Partners Social Security benefits will go up 8.7% in 2023, the largest adjustment in four decades. Here’s why you don’t need to rush to file to benefit from the increase. With all the talk about inflation these days, you may have heard the news that the 2023 cost-of-living adjustment…

Economic Brief:  Labor Market Remains Tight as Global Risks Rise
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Economic Brief: Labor Market Remains Tight as Global Risks Rise

2022 – 10/03 by Larry Swedroe, Head of Financial and Economic Research Main Takeaway:While inflation has moderated since June, it remains stubbornly high, and the Federal Reserve took further action by raising its benchmark rate again in September. Shocks happening abroad are the main contributor, and speculation about the world entering recession early next year…

Five Reasons Your Financial Advisor Should Review Your Will
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Five Reasons Your Financial Advisor Should Review Your Will

2022 – 09/26 by William Morgan Financial advisors can offer a different perspective about the legal terms in estate documents and what they will mean financially for you and those who inherit your assets. All the events that happen over our lifetime—going to college, getting married, having children, choosing to divorce and deciding when to…

How to Start Strategizing for Charitable Giving Season
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How to Start Strategizing for Charitable Giving Season

2022 – 09/12 by Elliot Dole As we approach the busy holiday season, now is a great time to start thinking about which charities match your values for end-of-the-year donations. According to Giving USA’s annual report on philanthropy, individuals, bequests, foundations and corporations gave an estimated $484.85 billion to U.S. charities in 2021. This year, charities…