What a great honor to prep for and then serve the men, women and children that stopped in the Dilworth Soup Kitchen for Lunch on Monday. This is a special place, no doubt about it. With over 125 visitors in just over 1-hour, it was a heart-warming site to behold, and they truly made each of us feel like part of the DSK family. Everything here is donated, there is no government funding, and all of the kitchen support comes from volunteers. Most importantly, there is no cost for the guests, and everyone is welcome to come share a meal. We urge you to consider Dilworth Soup Kitchen in your philanthropic giving plans, and/or to serve along side and on behalf of an amazing group of individuals. For more information contact Mary Andujar at email@example.com or visit their website at https://dilworthsoupkitchen.org
Recently, you may have seen reports that a record-low number of homes are available for sale—roughly 1.03 million nationwide. If you compare that to the average number of homes for sale during the past 10 years, it’s no surprise that many hopeful homebuyers are having issues securing a home. But why exactly is the housing … Continue reading “Forces Driving the Housing Market”
It can be exhausting trying to keep up with the whims of Wall Street. Lately, the financial markets have been fixated on federal taxes and what may be proposed on Capitol Hill in the weeks and months ahead. Wall Street’s focus on taxes closely follows its attention on the 10-year Treasury yield. And it wasn’t … Continue reading “The Whims of Wall Street”
President Joe Biden introduced the much-anticipated American Jobs Plan, which outlines an approach to spend roughly $2.2 trillion on the nation’s infrastructure and other projects. As part of the legislative process, the Biden administration also laid out a proposal for paying for the domestic investment. The plan includes raising the corporate tax rate to 28% … Continue reading “Paying for the Infrastructure Bill”
Financially, many of us associate the spring with taxes – but we should also associate December with important IRA deadlines. This year, like 2020, will see a few changes and distinctions. December 31, 2021, is the deadline to take your Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) from certain individual retirement accounts.
There’s an old Wall Street maxim that says, “markets climb a wall of worry.” And these days, there’s plenty to worry about with the trend in long-term interest rates and bonds.
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