Anticipation: What Will You Do?

If you’ve been cooped up, masked and socially distanced for the last year, what’s the first thing you want to do to celebrate post-pandemic freedom? Plan a dinner party? Go on a trip? Hug your grandchild? Do your plans involve spending money – like buying a new car or remodeling your kitchen? Continue reading

Tax Pitfalls

Millions of Americans took advantage of the delayed tax-filing deadline in 2020. In fact, according to one survey, 11% of taxpayers filed their 2019 returns after the July 15 extension, and 3% still hadn’t filed as of last December. Continue reading

COVID’s Toll: A Growing Mental Health Crisis

Man stares out the window

As COVID-19 outbreaks continue throughout the country, quarantining, working from home and at-home schooling have caused many people to suffer from what used to be called “cabin fever.”  Cabin fever has seemed to spark mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression or just plain loneliness. And it seems to be … Continue reading

The High Price of Health Care in America

If the U.S. health-care sector was a separate country, it would be the fourth largest economy in the world when measured by gross domestic product. Currently, the nation spends an average of $3.5 trillion annually on health care, more than Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain and the United Kingdom combined. Continue reading

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