March 23, 2017

by TWC Admin

Hear the “One-Minute Market Musing” for today, March 23, 2017, below:

The views expressed in this podcast are those of TWC’s investment strategist, Steve Henningsen, and should not be construed as investment advice or as a recommendation for a particular strategy or investment. Individuals should consult with their advisor regarding specific advice and the applicability of this information to their circumstances. Statements concerning

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March 17, 2017

by TWC Admin

I admit it… I’m a worrywart!  The slightest thing can consume my mind and I just can’t let it go sometimes. What if my flight is canceled tomorrow? What if gold prices dive, or soar? These are things I have no control over,

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February 24, 2017

by TWC Admin

As we touched upon last week, there are a number of ways to protect yourself against schemers. Here are a few tips on how to ward off phone fraudsters and keep your information secure:

  • Hang up. If the number is not familiar,

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February 16, 2017

by TWC Admin

Enough with the fake news, let’s talk about fake phone calls. As technology advances, so do the schemes of scammers and con-artists – ugh. For decades, callers have received persistent, unrelenting calls from voices they do not recognize or companies they have never heard

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February 8, 2017

by TWC Admin

“Law You Should Know” is broadcast courtesy of Nassau Community College, 90.3 WHPC. Myra Salzer and host attorney Kenneth Landau recently discussed various topics related to trusts and inheritance, and the need for the legal community to understand the family system.

Understanding is key to helping attorneys better assist their clients in navigating the sometimes awkward situations that

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February 6, 2017

by TWC Admin

Whether you are creating a trust fund or benefiting from one, it’s important to understand the details.

Setting up a trust for the future is an effective method to manage the way your wealth is shared, and, sometimes more importantly, when it’s shared. You’re able

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