The City of Kimberley’s 2022-2026 Five-Year Financial Plan is available for review and comment on As previously reported, Kimberley landowners are eyeing a 5.58% increase in 2022. This follows two years of nominal increases. For an average home, valued at $427,977, that equates to an additional $136 in propertyRead More →

The City of Saskatoon released its 2021 year-end preliminary financial statements showing a deficit of $6.54 million in municipal operating programs and a surplus of $12.25 million in utility programs, before confirmation of the year-end audit. While the past year has brought continued change and uncertainty, the City has remainedRead More →

The financial plan includes increased funding for transportation and street improvements. Iowa City residents will see future transit improvements and street repairs with funding as part of Iowa City’s fiscal year 2023 fiscal plan, in an effort to make public transit more environmentally friendly of the environment. The Iowa CityRead More →

The Central Okanagan Regional District Council (RDCO) has approved its 2022-2026 financial plan. The 2022 budget totals just over $59 million. This is an increase of 2.5% compared to 2021. “This year’s budget prioritizes the continued support needed for those recovering from the devastating White Rock Lake fire last summerRead More →

Courtenay Council has approved a draft 2022-2026 financial plan that outlines projected tax rates and projected revenues and expenses for capital and operating programs over the next five years. Mayor Bob Wells said the plan represents a return to pre-COVID service levels as well as increased costs for police, ordinanceRead More →

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kohl’s Corporation (NYSE: KSS) (“Kohl’s” or the “Company”) will host a virtual Investor Day today during which it will provide an update on the Company’s strategy to drive growth and become the retailer of choice for the active and casual lifestyle. Kohl’s will also announce an updatedRead More →

It’s hard to resist these advertisements for online self-service investment companies. They’re very tempting — who doesn’t love the idea of ​​low-cost, high-return investments that allow you to retire early? But creating wealth is not limited to profitable investments. “Investments are only part of the story. One of the biggestRead More →

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli today released the following statement on the MTA’s February Financial Plan: “The MTA’s February financial plan underscores the seriousness of the situation the authority — and the state and city — face in dealing with upcoming fiscal challenges. The plan recognizes that eachRead More →

Finance Minister Caroline Wawzonek said the Northwest Territories’ latest budget was “not flashy” but instead emphasizes “consistency and patience” with a sustainable approach to expenses. The Government of the Northwest Territories released its proposed budget for 2022-2023 on Tuesday afternoon, pledging not to cut any programming or add new taxes,Read More →

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NORTHBOROUGH, MA/ACCESSWIRE/February 18, 2022/ A great financial advisor provides objective advice and support through life’s many challenges and changes. They can be the difference between making progress toward goals or remaining stagnant. For 15 years, Ryan Kittredge, a Certified Financial Planner, has served successful clients in and around Central andRead More →

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli issued the following statement on Mayor Adams’ preliminary budget proposal: “Mayor Adams presented his first budget proposal as New York City continues to recover from the pandemic and faces an uneven economic recovery. The city’s outlook has improved, thanks to good fortune andRead More →

(Sam Swenson, CFA, CPA) Even though the financial market has become saturated with new products, there is something elegant about committing to the essentials. Here we will discuss four steps to instantly improve your financial plan. 1. Maximize your tax-efficient accounts Since everyone has different circumstances, it’s good to rememberRead More →

EEven though the financial market has become saturated with new products, there is something elegant about committing to the essentials. Here we will discuss four steps to instantly improve your financial plan. 1. Maximize your tax-efficient accounts Since everyone has different circumstances, it’s good to remember that some people willRead More →

BEIRUT (Reuters) – Lebanon’s banking association said on Monday it opposed proposals set out in a draft government plan reported by Reuters last week to tackle the financial crisis, saying they would lead to a long loss of confidence in the financial sector. Responding to written questions from Reuters, theRead More →

Financial planning is a time-consuming process over many meetings. It needs questioning, contemplation, investigation, consideration. It’s not a process you always think of as part of the emergency services. I imagine the paramedics in their ambulance, followed by the Blood Bank motorcyclist, followed by a five-series BMW. They arrive atRead More →

The government’s projected financial plan for 2022 is summarized on page 20 of this publication. The current balance projects a surplus of $120,071 million, a reversal of $136,439 million from the revised 2021. Current revenue of $432,013 million represents an increase of $165,790 million, or 62.3% from the last estimateRead More →

Overpayment of fees and expenses is an area of ​​investing that requires special attention. Twice last year our company changed ETF provider due to cost/benefit ratio. Reducing fees does not guarantee exceptional performance, but unjustified or unnecessary fees and expenses reduce annual returns. Always strive to reduce friction. Friction isRead More →

Financial planning can help you better understand where you are financially, how to prepare for the challenges ahead, and how to plan where you want to go. If you haven’t prepared a financial plan for yourself or your family, a financial advisor can help. Here are the typical steps inRead More →

Real estate investors struggle to find financial planners who can fit their real estate holdings into their plan. And that’s because most financial planners use out-of-the-box software that supports traditional investment accounts like IRAs, 401(k), and taxable accounts, but not the unique aspects of real estate investments, according to DanaRead More →