All Posts Tagged: taxes

U.S. Outlook: Intrigue hijacks the policy agenda; risk on the rise

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing rise of President Trump

Beyond this quarter, the economic and policy outlooks are becoming cloudy again.

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Investment Insights: Keeping a close eye

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy
close up on business section of a tax form

Increases in lending rates may cause some downside pressure, but corporations could soon benefit from new laws.

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Assessing whether you can afford to buy a home

Victor Polich
Mortgage Banking
Two men looking at tablet, also near a laptop, assessing a financial question.

Good budgeting can help you enjoy your new home, rather than sit there worrying about how you’ll pay for it all.

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In the Market: Millennials’ spending & credit trends

Nneka Madus
Posted by Nneka Madus
Mortgage Market Analyst
Young man sitting in big arm chair near bay windows in his living room.

Since many millennials aren’t buying homes, what exactly are we spending our money on?

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