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MoneyDo: Share the importance of early saving.

MoneyDo: Share the importance of early saving.

It’s graduation time – a chance for us to celebrate a key rite of passage for many young people. Often, our “go-to” gift is cash inside a greeting card. This week’s MoneyDo: give a graduate – or anyone with their lifetime still largely in front of them – a...
MoneyDo: Consider Paying Off Your Mortgage Early

MoneyDo: Consider Paying Off Your Mortgage Early

Should you pay off your mortgage early? It’s a question being asked more often today, because tax reform law enacted in late 2017 increased the standard deduction, making it harder to claim mortgage interest as an itemized deduction. Without that tax benefit, paying...

How Do You Get Your News?

About four-in-ten people get their news online, 57% of people still watch news on TV and only 20% of people read the newspaper. An average of 50% of people ages 18 – 29 get their news online whereas 85% of people ages 65 plus watch their news on TV. Getting news...
MoneyDo: Understand & Prepare For Long Term Care

MoneyDo: Understand & Prepare For Long Term Care

As you prepare to enjoy your future and time in retirement, it’s essential to consider the potential costs of long term care, and whether you need to consider long term care as a part of  your financial plan. Long term care becomes necessary when we can no longer...
Wisconsin Parents: You’re Eligible For A $100 Rebate

Wisconsin Parents: You’re Eligible For A $100 Rebate

Beginning May 15, the Wisconsin Department of Revenue will be allowing parents to claim a $100 rebate per child. Look for a Department of Revenue website to go live the 15th. Parents should have their child’s social security number, date of birth, and banking...