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Financial Fitness Webinar - Personal Planning and What the CARES Act Means For You
DHG Tax and DHG Wealth Advisors are pleased to launch a series of “Financial Fitness” webinars designed to answer important questions when it comes to personal financial and tax planning. Our first session features a panel discussion that examines how individuals are impacted by several key provisions of the recently passed CARES Act, as well as personal planning considerations in the current market environment to keep you focused on your long-term objectives.
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Personal Planning and What the CARES Act Means For You
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected numerous aspects of our daily lives. We are isolated from friends and family, forced to change long-awaited plans and unsure of what the economic future holds. Things that felt important six weeks ago may suddenly feel unimportant or even be forgotten entirely, but it is critical to maintain a long-term perspective when it comes to investing and planning, even in the face of short-term disruption. During these stressful and uncharted times, it is important to stay focused on preserving both your physical and mental well-being, along with your financial well-being.
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The Importance of Maintaining Long-Term Perspective
The outbreak of COVID-19 has led to a global health pandemic that is having an enormous impact across the world, and our hearts go out to everyone who has been impacted.  At DHGWA, our passion is to enrich our clients' lives by providing financial clarity and peace of mind. While it’s impossible to know what the outcomes of this global health crisis will be, and how long it will last, we are committed to providing insights on global market activity, and what that means for you. We take our responsibility as your advisor very seriously and are here to help you navigate through this storm.  The latest brief from DHGWA Insights looks at the recent market volatility and reminds investors to stay focused on their long-term goals.
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The SECURE Act and Your Retirement – A DHG Live Stream
Signed into law at the end of 2019, the SECURE Act – Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act – represents the most extensive change to retirement legislation since 2006. The SECURE Act aims to improve retirement confidence and security for individuals in the U.S. to gain easier access to retirement plans.
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The Purpose of Money is NOT Just to Make More of It
There is a purpose to having money and growing your wealth, but what money can’t do is create purpose in and of itself.
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Financial Considerations and Best Practices for Divorce
Dollie Halford | CFP®, CDFA®

C. Skotty Wannamaker

Handling personal finances can be complicated at times; however, managing finances while also facing divorce can be even more complex. Divorce can bring an unwanted combination of emotional disruption and significant financial changes. Whether you face divorce currently or in the future, the following considerations and examples may help you reach your best financial situation as you work alongside your team of trusted advisors.
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By now, you’ve probably seen a few – or a few thousand – retrospectives on the past year and the past 10 years … with a few 20-year reflections thrown in. Maybe it’s the nice, round new year number. Maybe it’s the surprisingly strong 2019 returns, even though there was plenty of room for doubt throughout. Or maybe it’s the wishful thinking that “2020” might finally offer us the perfect vision we’ve lacked so far. Whatever the reason, it can be entertaining to reminisce about the year just ended, and guess at what the next 12 months may bring. But, as Jeff Sommer of The New York Times said, “It is the time of year for predictions and I’ll make one: You will be better off ignoring the Wall Street stock-market predictions for 2020.”
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Third Quarter 2019 Newsletter

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If we asked you to hold your breath or stop blinking, how long could you do it? A minute, maybe two? Now, what if we asked how long you could go without being moved by the latest headline news? Impeachment unrest, Hong Kong protests, Brexit stress, climate change, inverted bond yields, the price of oil … you name it. There’s plenty to think about these days. We encourage you to consider how current events may shape the actions you’d like to take in your larger life. But topsy-turvy yield curves and all, nothing we’ve seen lately has altered our strategic recommendations on how to pursue your personal investment goals while managing the risks involved.
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Protecting What’s Yours (While You’re Alive)
Whether due to disability, dementia, or simply enjoying an exotic vacation, there are many ways you can end up unavailable to make critical financial or health care choices for yourself or your loved ones. If you’ve not documented your desires in advance, it can add extra stress for everyone, plus the outcomes may not be what anyone had in mind! In this article learn about three key planning tools you can use today to protect yourself and your assets.
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Second Quarter 2019 Newsletter

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Q2 2019 Newsletter Amid tariff wars and temporary truces, Brexit bewilderment and historic Hong Kong rallies, the global thermometer isn’t the only gauge that may leave you and your investment temperament reeling between cooling chills and hot thrills this summer. Let’s take a refreshing journey back to May 2018, when the CFA Institute hosted its 71st Annual Conference in (of all places) Hong Kong. It’s also where Nobel Laureate and behavioral economist Daniel Kahneman presented how to improve on decisions by tuning out the “noise.”
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