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IMPORTANT NOTICE In connection with the effects of COVID-19, the SEC, pursuant to SEC Release 5463, has provided for relief for certain filing deadlines.  Accordingly, CapFinancial Partners, LLC (CAPTRUST) has requested an extension to 4/10/2020 with respect to the filing of our annual updating amendment to the Form ADV. Clients can expect to receive our annual...
Our latest article gives you the facts on target date funds—why have they become so popular and what the advantages and disadvantages of this type of investment vehicle are. To find out what our expert is saying about what characterizes a target date fund and how they can help you, read on.
Listen to our recent webinar for an update on the market volatility resulting from the coronavirus and its related impact. CAPTRUST subject matter experts Scott Matheson and Wes Collins share their views on the markets, investing during challenging times, and the ways we can assist you with the questions and concerns you may have about your personal situation.
Tax-advantaged strategies are important because over time, you can potentially accumulate more money with a tax-advantaged investment compared to a taxable investment. Ideally, though, you'll want to choose a savings vehicle that offers you the best combination of tax advantages, financial aid benefits, and flexibility, while meeting your overall investment needs.
In times of crisis, you don’t want to be shaking pennies out of a piggy bank. Having a financial safety net in place can ensure that you’re protected when a financial emergency arises. One way to accomplish this is by setting up a cash reserve, a pool of readily available funds that can help you meet emergency or highly urgent short-term needs.
In this issue, we explore early retirement package offers, the difference between value and growth investing, and how to get rid of those annoying telemarketer calls.
Investors went on a wild ride in 2018.
This introductory webinar on basic investment terminology, will educate you on stocks, bonds, and mutual funds so that you can understand how they can help you meet your financial goals. We will break down barriers and help you gain confidence that the advice you are getting will have you investing appropriately for your risk tolerance and time horizon.
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