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Weekly Wealth of Knowledge - Week of 8/31/22

August 30, 2022

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

In this issue:

       •  Enrolling In Medicare? (3 min read)
       •  10 Items Falling In Price (2 min read)
       •  5 Budgeting Tips To Get Started (5 min read)

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Enrolling In Medicare?

Enrolling in Medicare can be overwhelming, while you sort through the different plan options. If you are planning on signing up for the first time, there are several key points to consider and not forget, that if missed, could  end up costing you long term. If we can help answer any questions, do not hesitate to reach out. 

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10 Items Falling In Price

With inflation still present in the economy, there are signs that it could be trending downward. This summer saw many spikes in certain consumer items that caught the headlines. Recently however, certain items have been falling. Here are 10 that have witnessed a decrease from earlier this year. 

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5 Budgeting Tips To Get Started

As we close out August and our theme  of "money" month, we have been posting content about savings, debt management  and cash flow. This week we take one final look at budgeting and 5 easy steps to create one, what should be included and how one can help with a long term financial plan. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to the office. 

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