Avoiding Tax-Related Identity Theft

Mark Kutzke By | On January 28, 2016

If you’re not thinking about your taxes yet, you should be—identity thieves certainly are. During tax season, there’s a significant increase in the sharing of sensitive information, both online and via postal mail. Not surprisingly, it’s also when many crooks and scammers come out of the woodwork. For them, it’s prime time to steal your […]

What A Way To Start The Year: A Look at January Market Volatility

Dan Kutzke By | On January 13, 2016

With the recent market declines both abroad and here in the U.S., there is increasing fear that this is it—the big one that will take us back to the depths of 2008. Although that level of fear is certainly understandable, a closer look at the real economic and market situation around the world suggests that […]