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Cadent Newsletter: November 1, 2023: Economic Musings

November 1, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Michelle Kupper @ 12:43 pm

In The News: Silicon Valley Bank

May 15, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Michelle Kupper @ 1:21 am

Is My Retirement Plan on Track?

February 16, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Michelle Kupper @ 2:35 am
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Planning for the future takes time, effort, and work. If you’re looking to save up for retirement, you need to start thinking about what you can do now so that later on, you can enjoy life comfortably and with less stress. But how can you know if you’re on the right track? When it comes to retirement planning, a wealth advisor is here to share a few things that can help you better prepare for future success.


Happy New Year from Cadent Capital!

January 1, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Michelle Kupper @ 3:13 pm
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The new year brings a refreshing sense of endless possibilities as we dream about what 2023 will bring, what we will accomplish, and the people who will be by our side. Reflecting on where we’ve been is an important part of navigating where we’re headed, so we are looking back on an impactful year as we look ahead to ways we can grow and improve in 2023.


5 Indicators That You Should Update Your Estate Plan

November 10, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Michelle Kupper @ 10:39 pm
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When choosing to build out an estate plan, your focus is redirected to the people and charities you care about most. While enjoying your wealth right now is rewarding, there can be a lasting impact on those you hold close by ensuring your remaining assets are distributed accordingly. However, if it has been a while since you last reviewed your estate plan, it may be time to update it. Here are five indicators that should have you revising your assets so you can better share them with others when the time comes.


Cadent Newsletter: November 10, 2022: Inflation’s Groundhog Day

October 12, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Michelle Kupper @ 11:45 am

Inflation has bombarded headlines and our pocketbooks for nearly a year. On November 10th, October Consumer Price Index data will be released and we think that this will be a “Groundhog Day” for inflation. October 2021 is when we began to see material jumps in year-over-year inflation. Thus, it is expected that inflation will begin decreasing simply based on last October as a reference point dropping out. We anticipate that this decrease will continue over the next 6 to 8 months as other high monthly figures fall out of the calculation.

Similar to our nation’s groundhog determining whether or not more cold, winter days lie ahead, we argue that we’ll find out whether or not the magnitude of inflation we’ve experienced this past year will persist.

Inflation May Have Peaked, Rate Hikes Have Not

August 19, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 5:33 pm

As the end of Summer draws near, and school is starting, here in Dallas we are thankful the heat has pulled back from record levels. While still hot, we are at least heading in the right direction. Similarly, inflation is at multi-decade highs, clearly running too hot to be healthy, but like with local temperatures has very recently starting heading in the right direction.


How to Avoid Being Shocked By Your Tax Bill This Year

August 12, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Michelle Kupper @ 8:46 pm
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When it comes time for tax season, many clients are unprepared for the bill when it arrives. Learning that more must be paid can leave many individuals scared, uncertain, and desperate for help. Fortunately, there are ways to minimize the shock that can come when filing, and a wealth advisor is here to better explain what you can do when it comes to tax planning in Dallas.


Tips to Raising a Financially Responsible Child

July 30, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Michelle Kupper @ 8:43 pm
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Raising children is a joy, and as a parent, you’re likely to find yourself being more mindful of your actions as they grow older. Wanting to instill good habits early on, you may be thinking about what you can do to not only teach them the value of a dollar but also how to be smart with their money. To help you on this pathway, here are a few ways to raise a financially responsible child.


Cadent Newsletter: Our views on Ukraine, Inflation and Interest Rates

April 25, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 3:18 pm
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