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MONECO's Weekly Wealth of Knowledge - Week of 3/1/21

March 01, 2021

The Weekly Wealth of Knowledge is your download of this week's most important topics related to financial planning, the markets, and our community. March is here and it is Retirement Planning month at MONECO Advisors. Throughout the month we will be providing you a host of content about planning for retirement and all the things you need to be doing to prepare for it and enjoy it, if you are already there.

In this issue:

  • Vaccines Add A Spike For Retail Sales Growth (3 min read)
  • 9 Facts About Retirement (2 min read)
  • Achieving An Optimal Tech/Life Balance (3 min read)

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This week we have Financial Advisor Dana Preis introducing what's new!


Vaccines Add A Spike for Retail Sales Growth

With the continued rollout of vaccines, many are forecasting a potential economic boom for the second half of 2021 and people begin to get back to normal. Spending habits are expected to rebound as people begin to shop, travel and frequent their local restaurants again. All of this could have a significant positive impact on overall Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Some even say that the U.S economy could see its fastest growth in more than two years. The National Retail Federation below agrees.

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9 Facts About Retirement 

March is Retirement Planning month at MONECO Advisors. Whether you are in the planning stages or already there, this old adage always rings true: "People don't plan to fail in retirement, the fail to plan," but don't worry, your team at MONECO is here to help. Here are 9 facts about retirement to kick off the theme for this month. As always, if you have any questions this month about retirement planning or any other time throughout the year, do not hesitate to reach out to the office.

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Achieving An Optimal Tech/Life Balance

With many of us spending more time at home working and with family, interaction and socialization with the outside world over the past year, has ben mainly done via the internet. Whatever your device of choice may be, we are all guilty of probably spending a little too much time on them these days. This could in return bring about other disruptions in our (and our kids) daily lives. Too much technology can add to anxiety, promote lack of focus and even disrupt eating habits. Our last piece of content this week will help you to find a way to achieve the optimal tech/life balance and a few steps you can take today to master it.

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