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Weekly Wealth of Knowledge - Week of 10/30/23

November 01, 2023

The Weekly Wealth of Knowledge is your download of this week's most important topics related to our community, financial planning, the markets and more! As we close out October and "breast cancer awareness" month, we usher in November which kicks off "giving" month at MONECO.  All month long we will be providing you content on how to give back in many ways, to your friends, your community and to your family. And let’s do our best to continue this trend, not just this month, but throughout the entire year!

In this issue:

  • MONECO Insights - Charitable Giving (3 min read)
  • Covering The Cost Of Breast Cancer (2 min read)
  • Q3 GDP Comes In Hot (3 min read)

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Charitable Giving

Charitable giving positively impacts our society, can enforce change, and all in all makes the world a better place. Charitable giving has many benefits and makes a huge difference to individuals and organizations. Other than the powerful change giving has, it can also offer tax benefits, as well as several strategies many can utilize to maximize such benefits.    

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Covering The Cost Of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer unfortunately comes withy many costs. Luckily there are many options to help lighten the burden. Health insurance is a great luxury, which comes in different shapes and sizes to help fit to each individuals needs. Your healthcare team is also a great resource to guide you in how you can cut costs, while maintaining the level of care you need. We hope you find this information helpful and as always, if you have any questions, we are here for you.

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Q3 GDP Comes In Hot

This week the new GDP numbers came in higher than expected, bolstered by strong consumer spending, despite higher interest rates. This marks the biggest gain in GDP since the fourth quarter of 2021. However, with the stronger numbers coming out of the third quarter, this could give the federal reserve more reason to keep interest rates higher for longer. We hope you find this information helpful and as always, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out.

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