We Will Get Through This By Allan Duncan As a small business owner back in the early 2000s, my full-service golf retail business fell on difficulty- in another unprecedented time in our country’s history. In 2008 and 2009, the market tanked, a major airline announced bankruptcy, people were losing their homes, all while pensions were…

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Making Decisions About Life Insurance Life insurance choices can be confusing.   Man is Mortal. That makes life insurance a little unique and interesting, doesn’t it? We purchase things like health insurance, car insurance and home insurance, then hope we never have a need to use them. Life insurance is different because it’s a widely…

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When Should I Start Thinking About Creating A Will? By Sarah Siedentopf   A Last Will and Testament is an incredibly important document, in that it ensures your wishes are carried out after your death.  For many people, the process of creating a will may seem daunting, or, some may be confused about the appropriate…

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Taking Charge of Your Financial Life Delegating responsibilities to others may lead to problems down the road.   When you are putting together a household, it isn’t unusual to delegate responsibilities. One spouse or partner may take on the laundry, while another takes on the shopping. You might also decide which one of you vacuums…

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In this week’s recap: Continuing concerns over COVID-19, aided by cuts in oil production overseas, contributed to continued market volatility. Weekly Economic Update THE WEEK ON WALL STREET Markets remained exceptionally volatile, buffeted by the spreading impact of coronavirus, uncertain responses from federal policymakers, and the sudden drop in oil prices. The Dow Jones Industrial…

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