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Podcast Episode 6: An Analysis of the Coronavirus Lockdown Experiment

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In this episode, Ed reviews precautions that were taken due to Coronavirus and goes through some important stats showing the progress of our country since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis. Is the economy starting to recover yet? Learn the answer to this and more in this episode of the Money Management Podcast.

“Our goal at Newton Wealth Management is to help clients achieve and maintain a worry-free retirement.”

– Ed Newton

 

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Podcast Episode 5: 2020’s Financial Outlook

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In this installment of the Money Management podcast, Ed goes over some updates to 2020’s financial outlook. It’s been a few weeks since we’ve uploaded a podcast, so we’re updating you on our outlook for 2020 and looking forward to 2021. The global pandemic threw off our projections, but we’re updating them as new information is available.

The pandemic has surprisingly benefitted some companies, especially large technology firms and big-box retailers that have been allowed to remain open. Get the full analysis in this week’s Money Management podcast.

“Our goal at Newton Wealth Management is to help clients achieve and maintain a worry-free retirement.”

– Ed Newton

 

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Podcast Episode 4: The CARES Act and How It Affects You

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In this installment of the Money Management podcast, Ed breaks down what you need to know about The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law this past Friday, March 27th.

This piece of legislation aims to help workers, families, and small businesses first and foremost. Ed goes in-depth on what individual taxpayers can expect now that this act has been finalized, and what to expect if you will be receiving a tax rebate check.

“Our goal at Newton Wealth Management is to help clients achieve and maintain a worry-free retirement.”

– Ed Newton

 

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Podcast Episode 3: How Much Do I Need to Save for Retirement?

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In this installment of the Money Management podcast, Ed addresses a very common question- ‘how much should I save for retirement?’. The answer, as always, is that it depends. Age, current savings, pensions, and social security are all important factors. Listen to this episode for a detailed breakdown of how much you need to save to achieve a worry-free retirement.

 

“Our goal at Newton Wealth Management is to help clients achieve and maintain a worry-free retirement.”

– Ed Newton

 

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Podcast Episode 2: Tax Law Changes that Affect Investors and What 2019 Stock Market Returns Tell Us About 2020

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In the second episode of the Money Management podcast, Ed talks about the most recent tax law changes affecting investors that you should look out for (0:27). He also spends some time speaking on what the stock market returns for 2019 tell us about potential stock market returns in the year to come (2:50).

“Our goal at Newton Wealth Management is to help clients achieve and maintain a worry-free retirement.”

– Ed Newton

 

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Podcast Episode 1: Thankfulness and The End of The Decade | Required Minimum Distributions (RMD) | 401K Contribution Limits

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In this maiden voyage of my Money Management podcast I put things into context to help you understand where we are as we close out the 2nd decade of the new millennium and begin 2020.

Join me as I reflect on technological & financial highlights and some surprises of the last few decades. The future is not always predictable, but we are living in one of the best possible times to be alive.

– Ed Newton

 

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