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Weekly Wealth of Knowledge - Week of 3/4/24

March 06, 2024

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! March is here and we will focus on "retirement planning." Throughout the month we will be providing you with 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:

  • MONECO Insights - Retirement Savings Plan (3 min read)
  • Team MONECO - Fairfield University Finance Club (2 min read)
  • PCE Comes In Low (3 min read)

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Retirement Savings Plan

Planning for retirement is an important step to feel comfortable and confident in your future. Start by asking yourself a few questions that will help you determine what is most important to help determine your goals. For example, when would like to retire? Or what do you dream of doing once retired? Your plan will be unique to you, and overplanning is no such thing when it comes to your future. As always, if we can help in any way, do not hesitate to reach out!  

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Team MONECO - Fairfield UniversityFinance Club

At MONECO, we strive to always be giving back to the communities that we are so fortunate to operate in. We have long had a true partnership with the students at Fairfield University, who are often participants in our internship program. So last week when one of our  amazing current interns, Sara Wentland, invited us to speak at the Finance Club meeting, two of our Senior Relationship Managers, Kyle Scafariello & Chris Levene stepped right in.  It was a panel discussion on how they landed in their current roles and described the career path that got them to where they are today. Students were able to ask questions about what prepared them for their current roles, internships that they participated in while in college, and their previous jobs prior to joining the MONECO team. 


PCE Comes In Low

The Federal Reserve's closely watched personal consumption expenditures (PCE) index came in last week at the lowest level since March of 2021. The PCE index strips out the volatile cost of food and energy to measure inflation. As Inflation continues to trend downward, interest rate cuts remain on the table for later this year. While inflation cooling down is good news for the future of interest rates, it can have ripple effects throughout the economy. As always if you have any questions, we are here for you! 

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