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The Cat Column: Audra’s 5 Essential Emergency Kit Items

Published by Audra Taylor, Office Oracle

Dear Humans,

 

You probably don’t know this about me, but I tend to be quite the cautious cat. Some may even go so far as to call me skittish. This means that I spend an inordinate amount of time frantically running around the house, and I always disappear when the Taylor family has visitors. In fact, most visitors believe that the Taylor family only has one cat, hence my nickname, The Master of Stealth!

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Q4 2018 Quarterly Market Outlook

Carson Group Partners’ Scott Kubie discusses market updates from the past quarter and provides an outlook on the upcoming quarter. Contact us to speak with a Financial Advisor.

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Two Great Ways to Handle Medical Expenses and College Costs Under the New Tax Act

Published by Taylor Financial Group

Expenses are burdensome to everyone, but certain expenses weigh on us more heavily than others. Health care costs continue to grow at 2-3 times the rate of inflation and with people living longer than ever, it is critical to plan for these costs in retirement. The cost of college education also continues to grow exponentially.

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Market Commentary

Weekly Market Commentary October 15, 2018

After months without a 1% move in either direction, the S&P 500 experienced three on consecutive days to end the week. Unfortunately, the large moves down on Wednesday and Thursday dwarfed Friday’s rally. Read more

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Boost Your Retirement Savings With These Top 3 Strategies

Making regular contributions towards your retirement is vital to ensure that you can keep up with your cost of living while meeting your long-term goals. Between the increased costs of health care in retirement, the future trip to Hawaii, gifting to children and grandchildren, saving aggressively and skillfully is key to being prepared.

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The Cat Column – Oliver Needs an Estate Plan

Published by Oliver Taylor

Dear Human,

My name is Oliver Taylor, and I am a Quality Control Specialist at Taylor Financial Group (however, I do my best work from home). Today, I tested the quality of the Taylor family’s recently acquired carpet, and I am pleased to report that this new horizontal scratching post works perfectly (it helped sharpen my claws to fine points)! I am also a burgeoning writer of The Cat Column, your favorite feline-focused news feature.

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Taylor Financial Group Creates “Girls Who Code Club” Through Community Outreach to Empower Girls and Women

Waldwick, New Jersey (September 27, 2018) — Taylor Financial Group, LLC (TFG), a full service, woman-owned, financial advising and wealth management firm located in Bergen County, NJ, is proud to announce they will begin sponsoring and teaching a “Girls Who Code Club” for 3rd to 5th graders.

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Understanding How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Impacts You

Published by Taylor Financial Group

The recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is the most far reaching tax legislation since 1986 and it effects every individual and business in America.  As a result, we have been working with clients all year on the many ways that the new tax laws impact them and the strategies we can use to help you benefit from the new laws.

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Market Commentary

Weekly Market Commentary October 8, 2018

The fourth quarter seems to be off to a more volatile start after a calm third quarter. Read more

National Financial Planning Month - Meeting with financial advisor

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October Newsletter: 3 Tips for National Financial Planning Month

The leaves are changing, and we find ourselves changing as well. Depending on where you are in the country, you may be draining the pool or storing the patio furniture, or even harvesting the year’s crops. Whatever form it takes in your life, the cool weather causes us to slow down, take stock, and see where the summer left everything.

It’s no surprise then, that October is National Financial Planning month. This can be a great time for a meeting with your financial planner, especially if you only meet a few times a year. Let’s look at a few financial fitness items to discuss with your financial planner and to keep in mind as the leaves fall outside. Read more