The Changing College Landscape

The 2020-2021 academic year is right around the corner, and the coronavirus pandemic has upended the college world, like everything else. Not only has COVID-19 impacted short-term college operations and student summer plans, but the virus could end up being the catalyst that changes the model of higher education in the long term. Here are …

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Almost Nine Out of Ten Women Qualify for Social Security on Their Own

Because of a long-term rise in the employment rate for women of all ages, the percentage of women ages 62 to 64 who are fully insured for Social Security retirement benefits based on their own work records has increased significantly since 1980. To qualify for Social Security benefits, people must work in jobs where they …

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2020 Q2 Market Recap

The markets have quickly taken into account optimistic news on the new case counts, vaccine front, and amazing amounts of fiscal and monetary stimulus, posting a huge bounceback from last quarter with the S&P’s return of 20%.  Last quarter we posed: “The question going forward is how much does the harm spread throughout our economy.” …

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June 2020 Monthly Recap

Monthly Market Recapfrom Clint Edgington, CFA 2020 continues to be a tumultuous year.  While we are still figuring out the impacts of Covid-19 we now are dealing with flaring tensions from policing tactics and racial tensions.  While we at Beacon Hill stand with both peaceful protests and safe policing, we maintain focus on our task to …

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Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act

The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act passed the House on May 28, 2020.  If enacted, the House bill will make a number of changes to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Businesses that received a PPP Loan would have more time to use the funds, and a smaller percentage of the funds would need to be …

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