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Posts Tagged ‘Atlanta Retirement Services’

Why did Inflation Retreat Last Week?

FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE MARCH, INFLATION RETREATS December brought a 0.1% decline in the Consumer Price Index, the first in nine months. As in November, cheaper gasoline was a factor: gas prices took a 7.5% monthly fall. The CPI advanced 1.9% across 2018. The core CPI, which excludes food and energy costs, rose 0.2%…

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Stocks Up as Milestone Passes- Georgia weathers the storm.

Last week, the East Coast prepared for Hurricane Florence, which roared through the Carolinas and Georgia. As investors kept their eyes on the weather and its potential for destruction, estimates emerged of up to $27 billion in hurricane damage. This potential for damage contributed to insurance companies in the S&P 500 declining last week.[1] While the…

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New Social Security Changes for Atlanta

Georgia Social Security Changes

For 80 years, Social Security has been a key part of how people living in Atlanta or anywhere for that matter, ensure their financial security after they retire. As reliable as Social Security has been, it has often gone through major changes, and 2016 will be an unusually active year for the program as important legal…

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Personal Financial Planners Atlanta

Atlanta Personal Financial Planners

Over the years, Atlanta Financial Planners have become much more that just sitting behind a desk and trying to forecast the “market”. Being a personal financial planner in Atlanta means community involvement and almost being an “Educator” along with constantly sharing ideas with others.   The help of a Atlanta financial planner can prove invaluable,…

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Atlanta Financial Advisor: 4 Signs To Look For

If you’re currently working with a financial advisor, do you ever find yourself wondering if you’re getting a competitive return on your investment portfolio? Do you question whether or not you’re paying a fair and reasonable fee? Or, if you’re in the midst of searching for a new financial advisor, does each firm sound just…

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