Leverage Your Bank for Success
If you’re a business owner, you already know that the relationships you create across business lines will play a vital role in your success.  You also know that sound financial management is a key cog in the wheel that keeps your business turning. This is why building and fostering a healthy relationship with your local bank is such a crucial piece of business ownership.
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Making the Complex Simple - Starting a Retirement Plan
One of the biggest problems facing American workers when it comes to their financial security is a lack of adequate retirement savings. A leading cause of that is the simple fact that too many workers do not have access to a retirement plan through their job. The good news is that it does not need to be difficult to start a plan.
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5 Steps Towards Creating a Strong Business Plan for Your Industry
A comprehensive awareness of a business’ surroundings is one of the most crucial aspects of a business plan. These five steps will help you define, understand and differentiate your business from others in the market place.
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Mortgages: 4 Things You May Not Know (But Should)
If you’re in the market for a new house, you’ve probably been doing some research. There’s an abundance of information available to you and millions of places to find it. But I’ve found that some of the most common questions that I hear from my clients aren’t so easily answered with an online keyword search. That’s why I decided to share 4 of the best ones with you.
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Making the Transition to Retirement: Will You Be Ready to Retire?
If you’re thinking about retiring in the next 5-10 years, it’s time to formulate a new strategy. This strategy will position your savings for optimal income throughout your retirement years.
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Swing Away or Bunt? How You May Want to Approach Today’s Market.
We are either in the late innings of the game or fast approaching it. Your average batter (i.e. investor) is coming to the plate. We’ve performed well and have a lead (i.e. gains). Should I swing away (keep my equity exposure at its current, over allocated level) or should I sacrifice bunt (rebalance) in an attempt to score one run while knowing I will give away an out? Trust Investment Manager Philip Prough explains.
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