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The Latest Financial Q&As

By: Bill Few Senior Vice President, Ward L. Garner, CFP® Life always has its own sets of twists and turns, but the last couple of years have been a rollercoaster. It has a lot of people scratching their heads wondering about their future and finances. When you run into questions or uncertainties about your finances, […]

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Financial Advice During Inflation

Financial Advice During Inflation

By: Bill Few Vice President, Peter R. Belcastro, CFP® For a long time, we have heard that inflation is either this or that. It was a word that got thrown around but didn’t seem to have much impact on our day-to-day lives. Now, though, we are feeling and experiencing inflation constantly – especially with everyday […]

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6 Financial Tips for Caregivers

Financial Focus for Women: An article series created by Bill Few Associates to help women achieve financial independence. By: Bill Few Senior Vice President, ReShelle L. Barrett, CFP® Being a caregiver can be one of the hardest jobs one can undertake, yet it can also be the most rewarding. Many caregivers might agree that the […]

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Women and Finances: A Unique Perspective

Financial Focus for Women: An article series created by Bill Few Associates to help women achieve financial independence. By: Bill Few Associates Vice President, Mia Kovacs, CFP® When I think about financial articles geared towards women, I feel conflicted. When reading about women and finance, it can come across as a mere marketing tool. An insinuation […]

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5 Financial Tips for Small Businesses

By: Bill Few Associates, Inc. In case you haven’t heard, this week is National Small Business Week! With there being 32.5 million small businesses in the United States, it is obvious that these businesses play a significant role in our economy. According to the U.S. Small Business Association Office of Advocacy, “Small businesses have generated 12.9 […]

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How to Set Better Financial Habits

By: Bill Few Associates, Inc. Our habits can either help us or hurt us from reaching our financial goals. For example, someone’s frequency of ordering take out for dinner can be hurting their wallet, but most importantly, may be setting them back from achieving their goals in the long run, such as the goal of retirement. […]

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