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Should you take a loan from your retirement account?

In the wake of the pandemic, many Americans have lost their jobs and are struggling to make ends meet. One avenue is to take a loan from their retirement accounts. But should you? This question suggests a multitude of responses and is one of the most frequently asked questions by retirement participants. Let’s take a …

COVID-19’s Impact on the Stock Market + Economy Webinar

The sudden economic shut down changed our economy instantly. This generational event will have ripple effects across the economy and the stock market. Michael Carlin, president of Henry+Horne Wealth Management, goes over the data and helps you understand where the economy may be headed so you can better forecast the financial needs of your organization …

Q: How Do You Become Financially Fit?

Here are the steps you must take to become financially fit.   How do you become financially fit? There are several steps you need to follow. First, set goals that make sense for you. This means focusing on where you want to end up. Do you want to pay off your house? Do you not …

CARES Act clarification for trustee/plan sponsors

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) which was signed into law on March 27, 2020, provides dollar relief to those suffering as a result of the coronavirus. So, what should you know as a trustee/plan sponsor of your company’s retirement plan? First, we need to understand who is eligible to receive …

Choosing the Right Financial Advisor

How do you know if a financial advisor is suited to manage your portfolio?   With so much economic uncertainty going on across the nation and around the world, many of you have been asking about how to find the right financial advisor. What questions should you be asking in order to find the perfect …

2020 Q2 Market Update

Henry+Horne Wealth Management President Michael Carlin walks you through the second quarter market report. Michael discusses the COVID-19 infected market, how this virus is affecting the markets and what that means for your investments.

How to Teach Your Kids About Money: Part II

Now is a great time to educate our children about the market and our economy. Now more than ever, it’s important that we set aside time to talk to our kids about money. Every day our kids are picking up mixed messages of intermittent panic from the news, dealing with sudden social distancing, adjusting to …