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The Coronavirus Has Infected the Stock Market…Now What?

With the coronavirus now spreading across over 100 countries, it is clear the effects from the virus are widespread and significant. In attempts to mitigate these effects, entire countries have implemented quarantines, multinational corporations have instituted “work from home” protocols in various cities across the globe, and people everywhere have started to accumulating various dry …

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The SECURE Act – Impacting Retirement Planning

The SECURE (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement) Act was signed into law by the president on December 20, 2019.  This act incorporates some of the largest changes to retirement savings since the Pension Reform Act of 2006.  The bill will be effective January 1, 2020.  The act makes sweeping changes to the Required …

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I Recently Paid Off My Student Loans 3 Years Early – Here’s How I Did It

As I discussed in a previous post, the average college student graduates with somewhere between $30,000 to $40,000 in student loans, with no indication of tuition growth rates slowing any time soon. Typically, these loans are scheduled to be paid off in 10 years, or 120 monthly payments. If you’re anything like me, you understand …

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Mission House Coat Drive

As the holidays and colder weather rapidly approach, B&C Financial Advisors has decided to collect coats and other winter items again for Mission House, Inc., a local non-profit organization serving the homeless in the Jacksonville area. Thanks to the generosity of our clients and friends last year, we were able to make a sizable donation …

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B&C Goes Golfing with NFJG

Over the summer, B&C sponsored two junior golf tournaments put on by the North Florida Junior Golf (NFJG) Foundation. The first was the Jax Beach Junior Open on June 18th at Jax Beach Golf Club, and the other was the NFJG Tour Pro-Junior on June 26th at The Golf Club of South Hampton. B&C has …

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