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Parents anxiously await the start of monthly child tax credit payments

By GRA News Blog | July 12, 2021
child tax credit

In just a few weeks, millions of families will start to receive monthly payments from the federal government through its new, expanded child tax credit.…

5 warning signs that you’re not ready to start investing, according to financial planners

By GRA News Blog | July 9, 2021
working at the computer

It might seem like everyone is investing, but are you financially ready? It almost seems like investing has become a national pastime during the pandemic.…

Inherited an IRA? You Could Pay Major Taxes if You Don’t Follow the New Rules

By GRA News Blog | July 8, 2021
IRA highway

Did you inherit an IRA or know you’ll be the beneficiary of an IRA? Know the rules outlined by the SECURE Act so your money…

Wednesday Q&A Gregory Explains Meme Stocks and the Short Squeeze

By GRA News Blog | July 7, 2021

Gregory Explains Meme Stocks and the Short Squeeze Adam in Gulfport asks Gregory about the potential for a short squeeze with meme stocks. Gregory assures…

5 Important Steps to Managing Your 401(k)

By GRA News Blog | July 7, 2021
401k plan

Saving independently for retirement is a great way to help ensure that you have enough money to cover your living expenses as a senior. While…

A Crash Is Coming for Meme Stocks, ‘Big Short’ Investor Michael Burry Says

By GRA News Blog | July 6, 2021

Long before retail investors on Reddit flooded online forums theorizing about GameStop, investor Michael Burry spotted an out-of-favor stock that was misunderstood. Now, Burry says he sees shades of…

Bobby Bonilla Day explained: Why the Mets still pay him $1.19M today and every July 1

By GRA News Blog | July 1, 2021
baseball money

The calendar has turned to July 1, and that means one thing: It’s time for Mets fans everywhere to wish each other a Happy Bobby…

How to Prepare Financially for the Death of a Spouse

By GRA News Blog | June 30, 2021

You and your spouse did everything right, financially. Except you didn’t consider the consequences when one of you dies first. There are things you can…

Wednesday Q&A Can Trusts Own IRAs?

By GRA News Blog | June 30, 2021

Can Trusts Own IRAs? Gregory explains why trusts cannot own IRAs in this clip from the Winning At Life financial radio show. Do you have…

Special-Needs Trusts: How They Work and What Has Changed

By GRA News Blog | June 29, 2021
special needs trusts

Trusts give parents of special-needs children additional options for extending care and financial assistance. But you might need some expert help. Can you explain how…