Every spring, among the blossoming flowers, a few annoying weeds will rear their ugly heads. This year, inflation is that toxic weed threatening your financial growth.
Unchecked, inflation will root itself into your budget as creeping costs, and if adjustments aren’t made, it can choke out your long-term goals.
When it comes to combating inflation, the best approach is to get personal, which means figuring out how it will impact your finances directly. And I’m here to help with that. Together, we can evaluate your budget, savings, and spending, and plan a strategy that puts you in the best possible position to fight inflation’s creep, capitalize on rising interest rates, and make the most of your money.
You’ll be glad you did. The following articles have more information on inflation and other important news impacting the financial world this week. Enjoy and share with anyone who you think could benefit.
Americans Planning Summer Travel Face a New Hurdle: High Inflation
May 10, 2022
While inflation hasn’t stopped people from spending more so far this year, it has many rethinking…
How to Navigate Turbulent Stock Market Depends on When You Want to Retire
May 9, 2022
You know you’re not supposed to look, but it’s impossible to resist. When stocks are plunging,…
Market Pain Isn’t Over, but You Will Get Through This
May 9, 2022
Head-spinning volatility in financial markets isn’t all that puzzling when you consider the…
What the Fed’s Interest-Rate Increase Means for You
May 4, 2022
Higher rates could affect how much you pay on your mortgage, credit cards and car loans.