I hope this weekly newsletter finds you in good times. We are making some changes to the format of the newsletter. Starting in May, we are going to change the frequency to once a month. The newsletter will include a short video, that will be a monologue of the contents and other important information. The letter will still have links to other pertinent news article and commentary.
We all know that prevention is the best medicine when it comes to health. Eating well, exercising, and visiting our doctor regularly are key to a long, healthy life. But, when was the last time you checked your financial health?
April is a good time to take your financial vital signs. It seems exceptionally apropos as we just finished tax season which can be a reality check.
Let’s take time to review the state of your current financial strategy, talk about your goals—short, long, and mid-term—to make sure your strategy is healthy. I can also provide you with financial health tips that can help keep your strategy on track as economic and market conditions evolve and change.
Please feel free to share these articles with your family and friends. They are excellent conversation starters.
This week’s articles are the following:
- Article 1: Checking on Social Security Estimates Is a Good Idea, but Many People Don't Do It
- Article 2: Save money on your 2019 taxes by starting now
- Article 3: The Biggest Financial Mistakes Retirees Make
- Article 4: 5 Numbers to Watch to Spot the Next Recession
- Article 5: Saving for retirement is hard. Knowing how to spend it down is harder.
- Article 6: Five Simple Ways To Get And Stay Financially Healthy
This is Matthew Greiner.
We are going to close out with a quote from John F. Kennedy, he said,
“Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures.”
We hope you are going to like the new monthly news letter.
From all of us here at the Greiner Group,
“Have a good spring weekend!”