May 21, 2020
With the recent overturning of Wisconsin’s Safer at Home order, local counties and municipalities are releasing their economic reopening plans. With this information now available, Mersberger Financial Group and M Squared Advisory Group wanted to update our clients on our reopening plan.
May 13, 2020
During this time of volatility in global markets, we wanted to share some insights to reassure you that we are closely monitoring the situation. This latest economic update features: Current US Economic Environment, Fiscal Stimulus, Monetary Stimulus, Peak in New Coronavirus Cases, Plan to Reopen the Economy, Length of Time for Economy to Normalize and more.
May 6, 2020
Watch our Executive Team provide an informational webinar on Navigating the Impact of COVID-19 while they discuss the State of the Market, Government Interventions, Opportunities and answer Q&A.
April 29, 2020
While the times we are facing are uncertain, updating or completing your estate plan can offer you some peace of mind. Here are a list of items to consider as you navigate your Estate Planning process.
April 22, 2020
The US government and Federal Reserve have realized the magnitude of this crisis and have responded with stimulus measures. Here are important businessowner resources that are available.
April 15, 2020
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has updated additional tax deadlines. Here are the important updated dates.
April 8, 2020
Since 1929, we have seen multiple bear markets and although each bear market has been caused by different events, history shows us that following each unprecedented bear market, a subsequent bull market has happened. Let's focus on what the history of the markets can teach us in terms of investing for the long term.
April 6, 2020
Are you 70 1/2 or older? Under the new CARE Act, you may have opportunities available to you with your Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs).
April 1, 2020
We want to make you aware of several financial opportunities that may exist for some of you due to our current market situation.
March 25, 2020
During turbulent times, we are focused on providing guidance and advice to help you navigate the uncertainty. Also, here is information regarding the latest Tax Filing Extensions.
March 22, 2020
For 26 years, we have been focused on providing the highest level of expertise and service regardless of world events and market conditions; now is no different. Therefore, in light of the continued concerns about the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we have implemented the following.
March 19, 2020
During this time of volatility in global markets, we wanted to share some insights to reassure you that we are closely monitoring the situation.
This crisis has many overwhelming aspects but optimists can find positive developments on many fronts.
Since 1929, we have seen multiple bear markets and although each bear market has been caused by different events, history shows us that following each unprecedented bear market, a subsequent bull market has happened. This isn’t the first bear market we have been through and most likely will not be the last, so it is important to focus on what the history of the markets can teach us in terms of investing for the long term.
When the stock market takes a dip, moving to cash can be a tempting option for investors seeking a respite from volatility. However cashing out of a declining market could come at a cost.
Investors who jumped ship during volatile times by selling their stock portfolios, would have missed out on impressive gains that followed the declines. View the long-term trend and opportunities that appear.
For prepared investors, market downturns can represent great opportunity. First, let's further understand market downturns and what it means for investors.
The global stock market drop in late 2018 offered a lesson in investor behavior. What are the costs of abandoning course?
The current coronavirus outbreak is no exception to volatility. May investors are tempted to "do something". In times of volatile markets, what's the best move for long-term investors?