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Endowments & Foundations » The Future of Philanthropy is More Strategic Than You Think

October 07, 2019 | Fundraising

Any organization that relies on philanthropy to operate should be planning carefully for the future. Like many things, philanthropy is an exercise in free will. People choose what to support based on their opinions, experiences, recommendations, etc. – just like they choose what to buy from a …

Rebecca Galliford, CFP®

Wealth Management Consultant

Financial Planning » Turning 65 and Still Working? What You Should Know About Medicare Enrollment

September 27, 2019 | Financial Planning

Although Medicare Open Enrollment is right around the corner, starting October 15, 2019 and running through December 7, 2019, if you aren’t yet 65 (or even if you’re close to it) this is not the period in which you need to sign up. In fact, the process for initial enrollment in Medicare is …

Chris Petrosino

Managing Director of Quantitative Strategies Group

Markets & Economy » There is No Alternative

September 12, 2019 | Market Commentary

2019 has been a strong year for the stock market. US equities are trading near all-time highs, with healthy year-to-date gains both at home and abroad. At the same time that stock markets are hitting new highs, interest rates have been falling to new lows. After starting the year at 2.69%, the …

Marc Bushallow

Managing Director, Fixed Income

Markets & Economy » What Falling Interest Rates Mean to You

August 27, 2019 | Market Commentary

Interest rates are fundamental to investing. The income you earn in a savings account, the interest you pay on your mortgage, and the yield you earn on a bond are all determined by underlying interest rates in the economy. Over the past six months, those rates have fallen significantly, …


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