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Growth in the U.S. economy almost came to a halt in the first quarter, a bout of weakness spurred by one of the worst winters in years.

Americans turned slightly less confident in April about the availability of jobs and the health of the U.S. economy, but optimism is still running higher than at any time in the past six years.

Hello, volatility, our old friend. It's been a while. We take a look at the return of uncertainty, its impact on the market for the near future, as well as continuing positive indicators for the U.S. economy, in our most recent quarterly newsletter

Congratulations to Andy Young, CPA, CFP for passing the Certified Financial Planner national board exam!  Andy is now a CPA and a Certified Financial Planner Professional.  

We are proud to have him on our team.



When all it takes to file for a bogus tax return from the IRS is an Internet connection and a stolen identity, the barriers to such a crime are low. And those low barriers are a big reason why bogus tax returns totaled more than $4 billion in 2012 - and why the Justice Department and IRS are getting serious about combating it. 

Combined with this week's news about the Heartbleed bug potentially impacting personal information on many of the web's most popular sites, it's a big reason to consistently and vigilantly monitor any and all online account activity and credit ratings.