There’s always something happening at IAG Wealth Partners. From “Power Break” seminars, client appreciation events, and our Wealth Management Symposium to community and charitable activities by our advisors and staff, we invite you to see what we’ve been up to!
The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) acts as our country’s official economic expansion and recession referee. Given that they often do not “make the call” until 12 to 24 months after a recession starts and ends, one could say there is nothing instant about their officiating.
As I sat atop the Summit of Mount Quandary in Colorado a few weeks ago, I couldn’t help but realize how spectacular the world we live in is. There’s really nothing like standing 14,265 feet up in the Rocky Mountains after climbing for three and a half hours.
The baseball stars came out last night for Major League Baseball’s All Star game at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C.
Next year’s All Star game will be held at Progressive Field in Cleveland for the first time since 1997. However, as of this writing MLB has not yet announced the players who will be participating or starting for next year’s All Star game.
Last week the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that the unemployment rate jumped up from 3.8% to 4.0% in June and the ranks of the unemployed rose by 499,000 people.
That is great news for the economy.
When I volunteered to write the blog a month or so ago, I knew that I wanted it to be family focused. Just this past weekend, my Facebook post stated that “family dinners are my favorite time of life.”
Last week I took full advantage of a beautiful summer afternoon to go for a jog around my neighborhood. As I passed by neighbors waving and children playing, I was overcome with gratitude. I felt grateful for the safe, vibrant, and diverse community that I call home.
For years I have been told that parenting involves “launching” our children into new situations from early on - think 1st day of kindergarten to the “Big Launch”, also known as going off to college. The fact that I have had 18 years to prepare for this made me believe that I would be ready for this time in my life.
Time is running out for Wisconsin parents to claim their 2018 Child Sales Tax Rebate. If you are a Wisconsin parent with minor children, now is the time to sign up for this rebate before the opportunity closes on July 2.
There was a giant party on the deck at my house over the weekend. When the temperatures start climbing all my neighbors come out for a good time – especially when we have the floodlights on.
I have attached a picture in case you are curious what kind of raucous parties I throw on my deck.
Yesterday we unveiled our new name and logo at our 23rd annual Wealth Management Symposium.
Investors Advisory Group is now IAG Wealth Partners.
We are the same people with the same commitment to serving our clients — just with a new name and logo.
We believe IAG Wealth Partners fits us better for several reasons.
Life is often full of unexpected outcomes. Every unexpected event or difficult decision in your life has a ripple effect on your and your family’s future.
Dictionary.com defines a wedge as a “piece of hard material with two principal faces meeting in a sharply acute angle, for raising, holding, or splitting objects by applying a pounding or driving force.”
A wedge is a simple machine. You can use it for gaining some height, driving a golf ball, or splitting logs.
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Those are the inches of snow recorded in Milwaukee from November 2017 through April 2018. Everything looks pretty normal – except for the last two numbers which normally would be reversed.
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On Saturday, April 21, America laid to rest former first lady Barbara Bush. Over one thousand people paid their respect in person while millions watched across the world.
You likely know the attention-grabbing headlines of Barbara Bush’s life already: married for 73 years, wife and mother of U.S. Presidents.