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TheLiveBigWay® Digest: Big Impact

financial literacy

The Impact of Financial Literacy

financial literacy

When it comes to financial literacy, society generally agrees that money is an essential part of our modern lives, and the US has a glaring gap in financial education. As such, the responsibility to empower people with the knowledge to make financially responsible decisions lies with people like us – the Yeske Buie team and community. In the spirit of financial literacy month, we explore the importance of financial literacy, actionable steps to improve your financial literacy, and helpful resources.

Interest Rates, Inflation, and Banks – What Now?

Inflation, interest rates, banks, and the labor market. These have been hot topics in the news all year (and last year, and the year before) and they continue to be top of mind for many investors. Join us next Wednesday, April 19 at 11am PT | 2pm ET for a status update since our January webinar and to learn how things have or haven’t unfolded as we expected them to at the start of the year. Register today!

markets and the economy

The Give Big Kentucky Derby Challenge

kentucky derby

Give Big at Yeske Buie manifests in several ways: volunteer work, pro bono financial planning, charitable donations, and more. We thought it would be fun to engage in a friendly competition and Give Big to our community. This year’s Kentucky Derby will take place on Saturday, May 6. Before the big race, use this survey to guess which horse will take the crown at Churchill Downs. Guess correctly and we’ll make a $20 donation to charity on your behalf – good luck!

Word of the Week: Financial Independence

We talked about the importance of financial literacy skills earlier in this newsletter. As with any skill, practice and proficiency can have significant benefits. Some benefits of financial literacy include less financial stress, more control and confidence over your finances, and increased likelihood of setting and reaching goals. You may even find that you reach a feeling of financial independence, which everyone defines differently. Start defining financial independence for yourself here.

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Tax Day is Tuesday

2020 TAX TIME and NEED HELP note on tax forms. Tax concept

As we’re sure you’re well aware, the deadline to file your 2022 tax return is next Tuesday, April 18*. Tuesday is also the deadline to make first quarter estimated tax payments and serves as the last day to contribute to an IRA or HSA for the 2022 tax year. If there’s any way we can assist as the deadline nears, please don’t hesitate to contact us. And, as we do each year, we’ll be reaching out in late April to request a copy of your return for planning needs throughout the year – stay tuned!