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 …

New Year’s Resolutions

The champagne has bubbled, the ball has dropped, and New Year’s resolutions have been made. This year add finances to the list. New year, new financial goals. Make 2020 the year you proactively improve your finances. Here are five financial resolutions that will help you get on track to better money habits. Feeling charitable? Learn …

The SECURE Act. Ready or not, here it comes

It’s been a long time coming but Congress just passed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act. President Trump signed the bill on Friday, December 20, 2019 as part of the government’s spending bill and it took effect January 1, 2020. So how will the SECURE Act effect your retirement savings? Below …

Securing your family’s financial future

There are so many factors that come into play when planning for your financial future as an individual. You may choose to join your life with someone else and possibly go on to grow your family. Creating and maintaining a financial plan with loved ones in mind can be quite intricate and involved. As a …