Weekly Updates

7
Aug

Markets Remain Bullish

Weekly Update – August 7, 2017 Another week of economic performance brought more news that the markets continue their bullish streak. After eight consecutive record-high closings, the Dow rose above 22,000 for the first time ever and finished the week up 1.20%.[i] The S&P 500 was up 0.19% for the week, and the NASDAQ slightly fell by 0.36%.[ii] Meanwhile, the

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7
Aug

Recipe of the Week

Fish with Fire-Roasted Summer Veggies Serves 4 Ingredients: 4 ears shucked corn Cooking spray 3 cups cherry tomatoes, divided 2 TBSP canola oil, divided 4 oz shallots, peeled and halved lengthwise 1 tsp kosher salt, divided ¾ tsp black pepper, divided 4 6-oz halibut fillets, skinned 2 tsp balsamic glaze 2 TBSP chopped fresh basil (optional) Directions: Preheat grill to

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7
Aug

Quote of the Week

“It takes as much courage to have tried and failed as it does to have tried and succeeded.” – Anne Morrow Lindbergh

7
Jul

Ways to Stay Cool without Using an A/C

Ways to Stay Cool without Using an A/C Summer is officially here, bringing heat and humidity across much of the country. Many people crank their air conditioners to stay cool. However, running A/C units adds to your utility bills and energy consumption. If you’re looking to decrease how often you rely on your A/C during the summer, follow these tips

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7
Jul

Eat These Foods to Help Your Eye Health

Eat These Foods to Help Your Eye Health Many people eat carrots to help improve their vision. However, we can go beyond just one root vegetable to boost our eye health. Research reveals that most food with antioxidant properties are good for your eye health. These foods have carotenoid compounds like beta-carotene, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids, among other nutrients.

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7
Jul

Overcome the Fried Egg Lie

Overcome the Fried Egg Lie Golfers facing the difficult bunker lie, the fried egg, need to use a soft, yet powerful swing to get the ball out in one stroke. Unless you make some adjustments to how you approach your swing, you could find yourself stuck in the sand time and again. To overcome your fried egg lie, follow these

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7
Jul

Summer Newlyweds Should Think About Taxes

Summer Newlyweds Should Think About Taxes Newlyweds have good reason to consider how their marriage may affect their tax situation. The IRS offers these tips to help in planning: Report changes in: Name. When your name changes through marriage, it is important to report that change to the Social Security Administration. Your name on your tax return must match what

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16
Jun

Tap Into Your Imagination to Improve Your Putt

Tap Into Your Imagination to Improve Your Putt   The ability to imagine the path your ball will take is a powerful trick. By envisioning the effect the terrain has on your ball, you can better anticipate the best path to the pin. If predicting your path on the green is challenging, here are some tips that will help tap

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5
May

Ways to Reuse Laundry Lint

Ways to Reuse Laundry Lint Believe it or not, all that lint you remove from your dryer with each load of laundry can do more than just live in the trash. The fibers from the lint can be a great tool, so consider these ways to give your laundry lint new life. Soak up spills in the driveway: Liquids like

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