10 Tips for Teaching Kids About Money

Kids learn the basics in school–reading, writing and arithmetic. But schools avoid almost any instruction about money. If they do offer a class, it may be an elective in high school, long after habits have been formed.

Let's Talk About Danville!

Danville is a lively Central Pennsylvania community located about 15 minutes away from Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. 

            Downtown Danville is a hub to numerous businesses going anywhere from antique stores, restaurants, health and wellness, financial planning, real estate and everything in between. 

US federal debt as share of GDP

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US credit market debt/GDP ratios

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Market Update - June 14, 2019

U.S. stocks ticked just a bit higher on the week, with less volatility than over recent weeks. Over the prior weekend, an agreement between the U.S. and Mexico regarding immigration policy resulted in a pullback on the previously-announced threat of tariffs, boosting market sentiment early in the week, with one of the potential trade hurdles removed.

Elder Care Conversations

Elder3.jpgEmotions involved with caring for the elderly can seem almost as overwhelming as the finances. As your loved ones age, what topics must you be ready to discuss? Beyond money, you need to talk about independence and basic preferences for the way individuals want to live or die.

First, realize that you’re far from alone. According to the Genworth 2014 Cost of Care Survey, at least 70% of people older than 65 will eventually need some degree of long-term care (national median cost for a private room in a nursing home: $240 per day).

Here are some ideas to get the conversation going:

Companies are trading at record high multiples, incentivizing business owners to sell

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Trend: a shift to independents

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Market Commentary for the week of June 17, 2019

The Markets


Trend: shift from active to passive management

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