Newsletter: October 2021
Every month, the Cordasco Financial Network Newsletter will bring you up-to-date on the latest Podcasts, Insights, and new ways that we are working to improve the professional experience of those we help. As always, if you think this would be helpful information for someone you know, please share their contact information here.
How Will Inflation, The Markets, Demographics & The New Tax Proposals Impact Your Financial Future
Steve discusses inflation, the markets, demographics and the new tax proposals. We also hear insightful comments from Cathie Wood, founder and CEO of the investment management firm Ark Invest, made at the recent global leadership SALT Conference in New York. Click here to listen.
Going Beyond The Numbers: Supporting Family Members
Steve highlights one of the biggest priorities for the people we help. A new client was worried about his aging dad who was starting to experience cognitive decline and there was no long-term care in place. With aging parents, there is seldom an easy solution. Learn how Steve and the CFN team were able to help this client through the many issues to consider at this stage of life. Click here to read more.
Should You Pay for College or Fund Your Retirement?
The cost of higher education continues to rise at a staggering rate. Recent statistics show that many parents contemplating retirement are delaying those plans in order to pay the college tuition or debt of their children. CFN’s John Walker and Dennis Jablonoski welcome Neetu Arnold of the National Association of Scholars about college costs, where all that money goes and strategies to help you cope. Click here to listen.
Memories of 9/11: Twenty Years Later
It’s been 20 years since America was attacked in a way none of us could have ever imagined. It was a day that changed our world. Memories of 9/11 can never be forgotten. We all remember where we were and how we felt the moment we heard the news. In this special edition podcast, Steve Cordasco, and several members of the CFN team, share their personal memories of 9/11. Click here to listen.