Time to Hit the Panic Button on Market Volatility?

Dan Kutzke By | On May 16, 2019

Recent declines have taken the U.S. stock markets down more than 2 percent. Not surprisingly, worries have started to grow. After all, this could be the end of the bull market. But is it time to hit the panic button? The simple answer is no. Why? What we are seeing is actually normal volatility and […]

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Mastering Financial Aid Eligibility

Andy Lucking By | On April 3, 2019

For many families, financial aid programs help make higher education attainable. The first step in applying for aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). It is used to determine the student’s eligibility for federal aid programs, such as grants, work-study options, and loans. Schools also use the FAFSA to assess […]

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