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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.

Advisors today must identify clients at risk for financial exploitation and take steps to prevent it. Learn how MCWS protects its vulnerable investors.

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Fear and greed are the two most damaging impulses for an investment strategy. 2019 is a good example of why you should always stick to your plan.

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It's the longest economic expansion in history, but the media warns a recession is imminent. We say don't let the news headlines play with your emotions. 

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Do you have the necessary tools to successfully “free solo” your financial plan? Find out how you may be better served working with a professional advisor.

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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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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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