Why Feeling Terrible about The Economy is Good News for Your Money

Americans have never felt this bad about the economy. The most recent “consumer sentiment index” cratered to its lowest level since data collection began in the 1970s. But as John Iammarino explains to Erin Kennedy, this could actually be good news for your investments. It may be tempting to think that low consumer sentiment would…
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Economic Headwinds… Is Now is a Good Time to Rebalance?

Equity markets and bonds continue their volatility. So is now a good time to rebalance?  John Iamarino tells us why rebalancing your portfolio is important when it comes to managing risk.   John and Erin also take a closer look at the biggest winners and losers in this year’s asset classes YTD, and he breaks down…
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The Myth of Retiring in a Lower Tax Bracket

If you do not have a tax plan, you do not have a retirement plan. In this video, John Iammarino and Erin Kennedy break down this common misconception: you may not be in a lower tax bracket when you retire. But there are strategies you can implement now to create tax-free income in #retirement and…
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Market Sell Off ???

April was a tough month for investors: the S&P 500 fell 8.8%, the #Dow declined nearly 5%, and the #Nasdaq retreated more than 13%. As experts discuss the possibility of a #recession, our team at @SecurusFinancial is being proactive, working to help clients minimize volatility or even capitalize on this market downturn. @John with @SecurusFinancial…
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Financial Literacy Month with a Special Guest!

April is Financial Literacy Month and Securus Financial is breaking down several important topics and outlining why Financial Education is so important. In this video, John, his son Jake, and Erin Kennedy discuss what they wished they’d known when they were younger.   Jake’s least favorite thing when he buys something (hint: #taxes), and the power…
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What the Fed’s Rate Hike Means for You!!!

After months of anticipation, the Fed is raising interest rates from near 0% to 0.25%-0.5%. The goal: To combat rising inflation. So you may save money on gas and groceries,  but it could mean paying more for your mortgage, credit card, or home equity line of credit (HELOC). John Iammarino and Erin Kennedy discuss why you should pay…
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