May 2, 2018—As of May 1, the U.S. economy has entered the second-longest economic expansion in its history (tied with the expansion of 1961–1969). Though “expansions don’t die of old age,” this new milestone will likely keep markets on edge watching for signs of a peak in the economic cycle. One of the key indicators
Busting the four myths of business transition planning Key points Planning for business transition doesn’t mean giving up control of your company. Transition planning isn’t a distraction, it’s another component of protecting and strengthening the legacy you’ve built. As a business owner, you owe it to yourself, your family, employees, and customers to plan ahead.
April 25, 2018—When it comes to bond yields, investors are impossible to please these days. If investors in 2013 were comparable to a toddler throwing a tantrum over the Federal Reserve (“Fed”) potentially withdrawing quantitative easing, then today it may be more appropriate to compare the market to a surly teenager who doesn’t know what