The Family Conversation: Addressing Your Health Care Needs in Retirement

Dan Kutzke By | On July 26, 2017

Maybe you and your family have already attempted to have “the conversation.” You know the one: the discussion about your and your spouse’s assets and what will be done with those assets during the rest of your lives and after you pass away. Perhaps, because of your children’s sibling rivalries, the family conversation turned to […]

Fact vs. Fiction: Off-Campus Housing

Andy Lucking By | On July 19, 2017

We understand that it can be tricky navigating the world of personal finance. Everyone seems to have an opinion, and it can be hard to know what to believe.  Read our next myth regarding off-campus housing. Fiction: Off-campus housing is the most budget-friendly option for college students. Fact: Figuring out which living situation is the […]

Market Update for the Quarter Ending June 30, 2017

The PKA Team By | On July 10, 2017

Mixed returns in June cap strong second quarter Large-cap equities did well in June, even as technology stocks ran into turbulence. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 Index posted solid gains of 1.74 percent and 0.62 percent, respectively. But the technology-laden Nasdaq suffered, finishing the month down 0.87 percent. Quarterly results were better. […]