This month, my newsletter explores the following topics:
- Things you should know about the housing market
- Don’t make this Roth IRA investing mistake
- What is stagflation?
- How to save money as prices keep rising
This is the perfect time for a mid-year review. Please contact me if you would like to discuss your finances.
I’m The Senior Economist For Realtor.Com. These Are 5 Things You Should Know About The Housing Market Now
George Ratiu, Realtor.com’s senior economist and manager of economic research, has been studying the housing market for over 15 years. Here’s what he wants buyers to know about the real estate market now.
Don’t Make This Investing Mistake With Your Roth IRA
Roth IRAs are funded with money you’ve already paid taxes on, so when you withdraw it decades down the line, you get to keep all of your gains. But the process isn’t quite as simple as opening an account and transferring money into it. There’s one common mistake first-time investors often run into.
What Is Stagflation, Explained — And Why The Crisis Could Return For The First Time In 40 Years
Consumers, investors and economists alike aren’t just worried about inflation this year — but also that growth could slow and unemployment could climb along with it. Together, those three economic enemies combine to form a major supervillain that hasn’t made its way into the American lexicon since the 1970s and ‘80s: stagflation.
How To Save Money As Consumer Prices Keep Rising
Inflation continues to batter consumers, but there are still ways to lessen the burden on your wallet.
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