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Designed to offer low-cost access to professional, institutional-qaulity investment management.
Tax laws have resulted in higher expenses for many and may significantly impact an individuals overall investment performance. Consider tax efficient investment vehicles and techniques.
Together we focus on goal-based planning, navigating the complexities of dynamic investments and markets. You don't have to go at it alone.
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We take financial guidance very seriously and therefore seek out the top industry credentials and training. This value is passed along to our clients. You should expect more from your financial providers, why should you work with anything less?
Are your "advisors" discussing tax? Many large brokerage firms prohibit the discussion of taxation, much less the impact and coordination on their planning.
Certified Financial Planners™ are there to help individuals with managing their finances. This can include a variety of needs, such as investment planning, retirement planning, insurance, education, and so on. The most important aspect of a CFP® is to be a fiduciary of your assets, meaning that they will make decisions with your best interests in mind.
An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a federally-authorized tax practitioner who has technical expertise in the field of taxation and who is empowered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service for audits, collections, and appeals.
Market Outlook: Watching Out for a Return to Volatility
Posted: 7/20/2023 by Fidelity's Asset Allocation Research Team
Markets: Odds may be rising for a return to volatility due to greater monetary policy uncertainty and slowing liquidity. Fixed income and non-US equity valuations appeared to price in more of this uncertainty.
Economy: US consumer inflation continues to decelerate, but its moderating trend may be ending. A return to the stable, low core-inflation environment of the past 2 decades may be difficult.
Investments: The 2023 equity rebound continued in Q2, led by a rally in large US tech companies on an anticipated boom in artificial intelligence. Interest-rate-sensitive government bonds posted losses.
Valuations: As stocks rallied in Q2, valuations moved higher for all major global regions. Above-target inflation and monetary tightening pose challenges to earnings growth, with some signs of stabilization.