Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments: Understand The Options

In July, families eligible for the federal Child Tax Credit will begin receiving monthly payments instead of waiting to receive an annual credit when they file their 2021 tax returns. One parent of two small children thinks the change will make a significant...

Workshop For Women In Business By Christina Lynn, CFP

Financing is often a challenge for women in business, even though women own 40% of businesses in the US. For example, female entrepreneurs ask for roughly $35,000 less in financing than their male counterparts. KFG’s newest staff member, Certified Financial...

Inflated Fears of “Rigged” Markets and Hyperinflation

Our economy is recovering; the stock market is booming. Yet I’m hearing investors express much more fear now than they did last March when the stock market was falling off a cliff. I see a couple of reasons for this. First, market movements are largely emotional...

Eviction Moratorium Leaves Small Landlords Struggling

One of President Biden’s early executive orders extended the temporary national moratorium on evictions for nonpayment of rent that began on September 4, 2020. The moratorium is intended to help renters struggling to make rent payments because of the economic impact...

Cost of Living and Minimum Wage

President Biden’s coronavirus stimulus package has the intention of flooding the economy with money at a time when economic growth is sputtering. Ironically, it contains one provision likely to create exactly the opposite of what he intends: raising the national...

GameStop, Reddit, and “Rigged” Stock Market

When there’s drama in the stock market, I often learn about it at the gym. Case in point: the recent headline-grabbing hullabaloo about GameStop and Reddit. Apparently, some limited partnerships (the slang is “hedge fund”) decided to...