State of Capital: Vol.1

The third quarter of the year saw a revised reading of Gross Domestic Product of 3.3%, while the second quarter read 3.1%. Unemployment fell to 4.1% in October. The US stock market if off to new highs as is bitcoin. Inflation edged up to 1.8% after five months stuck at 1.7%. In fact, inflation, as …

Continue reading State of Capital: Vol.1


Adjusting Retirement Expectations

With social security's future viability a toss-up and the average american undersaved, retirement expectations may need to be adjusted. As the shift from defined benefit plans moved to defined contribution plans, employees began to bear the responsibility for their future, often with a lack of education on the topic. This brings us to today. Those …

Continue reading Adjusting Retirement Expectations