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The Retirement Trainer

Apr 29, 2022

Rampant inflation seems like it’s here to stay for at least a while longer. Everyone’s feeling it at the grocery store, the gas pump, and seemingly everywhere else.

In part one of this two-part series, we’ll discuss why it’s happening and dive into how to make sure your retirement plan can sustain your...


Apr 28, 2022

Inflation’s constantly in the news, and it’s easy to see why. When everything we buy costs more, each dollar in our pocket is worth less. And while it’s easy to cut back on some unnecessary expenses, no one wants to make severe changes to their lifestyle to cover simple costs like gas and groceries.

That’s why...


Mar 29, 2022

No one who was there remembers the lineups at the gas pumps in the 1970s with any fondness. And though we’re not seeing long gas lines yet, we are seeing extremely high gas prices, rampant inflation, and extremely volatile markets–what we not-so-fondly refer to as stagflation.

However, an energy or economic crisis...


Mar 21, 2022

Back in the 1970s, we experienced a combination of economic stagnation and inflation. Energy prices were high and the stock market went up and down like a roller coaster, very similarly to what we’re experiencing right now. Back then, it was called stagflation–and we’re hearing that word more and more in...


Mar 4, 2022

Tax season is about much more than just how much money you owe the IRS each year. It’s also a golden opportunity to review your investment strategy, your estate plan, and what your taxes will look like in the years to come. 

With the April 18th due date coming ever closer, the national debt ballooning, and inflation...