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MONECO's Weekly Wealth of Knowledge - Week of 8/30/2021

August 30, 2021
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The Weekly Wealth of Knowledge is your download of this week's most important topics related to financial planning, the markets, and our community. August is "money month" at MONECO Advisors, where we will be highlighting everything related to adding money into your wallet - including savings strategies, budgeting, cash flow, debt management and more!

In this issue:

  • States With The Lowest & Highest Average Retirement Savings (4 min read)
  • Second Quarter GDP Numbers Show Strength (3 min read)
  • 6 Health Benefits Of Playing Golf (3 min read)
  • BONUS - Upcoming Webinar: Responsible Investing! 

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States With The Lowest & Highest Average Retirement Savings

You continue to save for retirement and other life goals, but have you ever wondered how you stack up with the residents of your neighboring states that are attempting to do the same? Below you will find a state by state comparison of the lowest and highest retirement savings. You may be surprised what you find. As always, if we can help, do not hesitate to reach out to the office.

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Second Quarter GDP Numbers Show Strength

The economy is still continuing to expand with second quarter GDP growth coming in at 6.6%, which was slightly above expectations. The increase was spurred by stronger consumer spending and U.S. exports. As a refresher, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), is the total value of goods produced and services provided in a country during one year and an indicator of potentially what may lie ahead.

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6 Health Benefits Of Playing Golf

There is no doubt that after a bit of lull in years past, the sport of golf and the increase in the number of people playing it, is on the rise once again. Often very competitive in nature, many choose not to play because they are not good enough to come in 10 under par. But the game of golf is much more than just a game, it is truly an exercise and like other physical activity, it has many of the same health benefits. So do not fear if you can't drive the ball 350 yards off the tee, pick up your shoes and bag and get to the course and experience all of these great health benefits. 

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Webinar: Aligning Your Financial Goals With Your Values

Do you have to sacrifice returns to make a positive impact on the environment? Join us for an exclusive informative discussion on why responsible investing matters, the trends in it, the steps you can be taking to align your personal values with your investments and how we can help. Afternoon and evening event time slots available.

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