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...where McKinley Carter advisors and journalists from highly-respected publications discuss the wide range of forces and factors impacting our clients’ total financial situation – now and in the future. Start with our featured posts below or search by post topic.

Improve your financial well-being and live a comfortable retirement by leveraging your “Gap Years”. Here's how to take action today.

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An IRA, 401(K) and a solid savings account are important to your personal “financial arsenal”. But do you know how to leverage a Health Savings Account?

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Is it ever TOO early to start saving for one’s retirement? The answer to that retirement planning question is a resounding “NO” and here's why.

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To build a truly durable financial life, we must think beyond the common risks and design a plan to handle a broader range of potential issues. Learn more

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We are thankful for the strong start to the year, but also mindful that now is not a time to become complacent -- risks to investors' portfolios remain.

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At MCWS, we proudly invest in providing a workplace where employees WANT to be. Learn more about how we turn that passion into excellence in client care.

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A goal-oriented, collaborative financial plan is the remedy for a better, more worry-free life. Professional financial advisors are there to serve as your guide, your GPS. Learn more.

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Married couples should consider a “team approach” to their financial life together — one with a strong game plan and goals. Learn about the 5 must-have ingredients for making the most of a Marriage’s Financial Game Plan.

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For decades wealthy and mass affluent families have worked with major bank and brokerage institutions. With changes in the financial industry, such families may be better served exploring a superior relationship model. Learn more about our fiduciary service model for clients.

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Nonprofits are always trying to forge engagement and relationships with a potential client, donor, or volunteer. Through a story you provide a window into your world; the needs of your organization; who and how you help serve your community; and why it matters to the audience. Learn more.

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