Changing jobs? Consider these 7 things during your transition.

It’s no secret that people are on the move. A poll conducted earlier this year on behalf of Fast Company indicated that the majority of U.S. workers are considering a job change. Moving to a new opportunity at a new employer can be an exciting time. It can also be a stressful time. Here are seven things to consider when…

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How to Survive a Pandemic – An Investor’s Guide

There is so much we do not know or understand about the coronavirus COVID-19 and its impact on the economy and financial markets. We don’t know the severity and spread of the pandemic We don’t know how long social-distancing measures will be in place We don’t know how these measures will impact the economy We don’t know if the policy…

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7 Things the CEO of a Billion Dollar Investment Firm Does with his Personal Portfolio When the Market Drops 1,000 Points

It’s February 24, 2020, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average just dropped a little over 1,000 points. The coronavirus scare has created a worry in the financial markets that global growth will begin to slow. Someone asked me: “What do you do with your portfolio when the markets drop suddenly?” It’s a powerful question. You don’t have to be a…

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Charles Schulz

Why Year-End Planning in 2018 is More Important Than Ever

2018 has proven to be a year unlike many others as the United States experienced the biggest tax law overhaul in decades with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Much has been written about the implications for the average taxpayer, and we at Krilogy Financial® and Krilogy® Tax Services have been advising clients on issues such as charitable giving…

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Kristin Poole

Impact Investing: Aligning Values with Investments

With the recent ad campaign that highlights Colin Kaepernick, we can see a continuing pattern of large corporations’ increasing involvement in social issues. In 2017 we saw Audi’s Super Bowl commercial in support of equal pay for women; in ’16, Target’s decision to offer transgender-inclusive bathroom access in all its stores; in ’15, Chick-fil-A’s stance against catering for a same-sex…

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Stacy Sloas

Women, You’re Better at Investing than You Think

It still happens quite frequently. I meet with a man and woman to create or review their financial plan and find that the man is doing most of the talking while the woman remains silent. Perhaps it’s a married couple in which the husband has taken control of the family finances, or maybe it’s a single female professional who has…

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Krilogy Financial

Women: Are You Taking Control of Your Finances?

We recently celebrated International Women’s Day, a time to recognize and advocate for the contributions and advancement of women. This includes professional, social and cultural advances, and the accomplishments we continue to see women making when it comes to taking control of their finances. Our passion lies in guiding women on this journey and empowering them to actively navigate all…

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Your Life Insurance Needs an Annual Checkup Too

Regular check-ups are a part of life. Your health, your car, and even things like your furnace are checked out annually, if not more frequently. Yet when it comes to life insurance, you may think that policy you purchased many years ago is fine just sitting in a drawer. There are several reasons that this is a dangerous practice, because…

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Krilogy Financial

How the Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule May Impact You and Your Relationship with Your Financial Advisor

Perhaps you’ve read about the Department of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule, which is scheduled to go into effect in April, 2017. To sum it up, the new rule places regulations on those who offer investment advice on retirement accounts, requiring them to act as fiduciaries, which means they act solely in the client’s best interest when offering financial services and advice….

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