Financial Planning

Ambiguity about the future seems to be at an all-time high. Technology is rapidly changing. Politics are divisive. War, disease, natural disasters, and stock market volatility fill our nightly headlines. At Yeske Buie, we have a heightened awareness to this apparent state of flux as…

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Watching movies – it’s something we’ve all done and likely continue to do periodically (if not frequently). Whether watching at a drive-in theater, in the park on a summer night, at a movie theater with comfy lounge chairs, or from the comfort of your own…

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At Yeske Buie, we believe there is a science to investing. Unfortunately, much of what passes for investment activity has little connection to this science. To some degree, this comes from the natural human desire to “beat the system,” to gain some special advantage, to…

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What if there was a way to increase your happiness and satisfaction without much work, energy, or effort? Would you want to find out more? Science supports that it is, indeed, possible to achieve more happiness by taking an objective look at how you’re spending…

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It’s likely that at some point you’ve had to ask someone for a rain check when it’s been more desirable to accept an offer at a later date rather than in the present moment. In a similar way, when you set aside money for a…

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We’d like to extend a big congratulations to all those who will be graduating in the coming months. For upcoming college grads, the notion of entering the “real world” can feel equally exciting and ambiguous. The reality of becoming financially independent means accepting a deepened…

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During times of market volatility, investors can feel like they’re riding a bumpy roller coaster ride. And while our worldview about the markets is that human beings are fundamentally growth seeking and resilient, we recognize that the bumps along the way can make investors feel…

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No, we did not just call our Clients fat. Today, we’re writing about the literary concept of a flat vs. a round character and how it applies to Yeske Buie. We’d like you to take yourself back to your high school English class. While you…

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Credit scores are used by individuals and organizations as a method of assessing a person’s financial responsibility. The “grading scale” ranges from 300, being the weakest, to 850, being the strongest. As a reference, Experian assesses a credit score above 670 as “good”. It is…

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