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Happy Retirement

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With prudent financial planning and 44 years of “building a reputation you can stand on”, Roger and Gwen Fissel successfully sold their retail floor covering company. The new owner will maintain the name and carry on the tradition as a family business.  In retirement, Roger and Gwen are looking forward to “relaxing and working on their own projects at their own pace”.

Congratulations, Roger and Gwen!

 

 

Circleville Pumpkin Show

The Circleville Pumpkin Show is held each year starting on the third Wednesday in October. Coined as the “Greatest Free Show On Earth”, admission to the festival is free! Visitors can enjoy daily parades, record setting pumpkins, a variety of contests, and live entertainment.  The best part of the festival may be the pumpkin donuts! Read More

4 Election Myths About Investing

Each election year, myths of all kinds are presented as gospel to investors. This year, investors might be especially at risk since this presidential election is, well, pretty crazy. Unfortunately, many of the myths are spun by people with an agenda. They are thinking about themselves or their political party, not investing for real returns. Here are a few of the more common myths in presidential election years.Read More

Financial Mistakes Couples Make

Couples do a lot of things together — including making mistakes when it comes to retirement and money.  Read More

Ten Year-End Tax Tips for 2016

Ten things to consider as you weigh potential tax moves between now and the end of the year. Read More

A Look At Financial Reports

The second quarter of 2016 marked the fifth quarter in a row of declining U.S. corporate earnings. Low oil prices and a strong dollar were largely to blame for lackluster financial results. Read More

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