SC Financial Group Newsletter

SC Financial Group – December 2017 Newsletter

Our December 2017 Newsletter featuring the topics: ‘Questions to Ask Before Buying That Thing You’ve Always Wanted’ ‘Demographic Dilemma: Is America’s Aging Population Slowing
Down the Economy?’ ‘It’s Time for Baby Boomer RMDs!’ ‘What can I learn from looking back on my financial situation in 2017?’  and ‘What financial resolutions should I consider making as
I look ahead to 2018?’

Download (PDF, 645KB)

 

 

SC Financial Group – November 2017 Newsletter

This issue contains the following articles:

  • What You Can Do with a Will
  • Ten Year-End Tax Tips for 2017
  • Five Myths About Group Disability Insurance
  • How much money should a family borrow for college?
  • How can families trim college costs?

SC Financial Group – October 2017 Newsletter

                          

This issue contains the following articles:

  • Company Stock and Your Portfolio: Keep Your Eye on Concentration Risk
  • Managing Debt While Saving for Retirement
  • Examining the Taxpaying Population: Where Do You Fit In?
  • Is the Social Security Administration still mailing Social Security Statements?
  • What are some tips for reviewing my Medicare coverage during Medicare Open Enrollment?

SC Financial Group – September 2017 Newsletter


This issue contains the following articles:

  • From Data Breaches to Ransomware: How to Avoid Becoming the Victim of a Cybercrime
  • Life Is for the Living, and So Is Life Insurance
  • Medicare and Your Employer Health Plan
  • How do economists measure inflation, and why does it matter to investors?
  • If I donate used property to charity, what documentation is needed?

 

SC Financial Group – August 2017 Newsletter

This issue contains the following articles:

  • Working in Retirement: What You Need to Know
  • Testing Your Investing IQ
  • Kickstart Your College Fund with a 529 Plan
  • How do the economic milestones of young adults today compare with prior generations?
  • Chart: Young Adult Milestones, 1975 vs. 2016