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Month in Review - May 2018

 June 14 2018
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Month in Review - April 2018

 May 18 2018
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Low Unemployment and Increased Personal Spending

 May 16 2018
The U.S. economy created 164,000 jobs in April while the unemployment rate fell to 3.9%, the lowest level since December of 2000, suggesting available workers are becoming scarcer in a tightening labor market. About 96 million Americans are not in the labor force, a new all-time high, and likely a reflection of the retiring baby boom cohort.     As unemployment continues to shrink...

Month in Review - March 2018

 April 13 2018
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Month in Review - February 2018

 March 9 2018
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Month in Review - January 2018

 February 26 2018
HORAN Wealth is committed to providing the highest level of service and advice to you, our valued client. We have enhanced our investment communications in an effort to improve the client experience and to keep you informed and engaged with changes and trends in the market that may impact your investment portfolio. As always, your trust and confidence are important to us and we appreciate the a...

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

 December 22 2017
The passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has pushed year-end tax planning to literally the last week of the year. The window to act is brief, but there are still opportunities for tax planning available before year-end.  One of the widest-reaching changes is an increased standard deduction coupled with an elimination of personal exemptions. Beginning in 2018, the standard deductio...

Job and Wage Growth

 December 14 2017
The U.S. economy added 228,000 new jobs in November. In order to show economic growth, our economy needs to add 150,000 new jobs each month to keep expanding. Health care added the most new jobs, adding 40,500, while a weaker dollar (which helps exports) contributed to 31,000 job gains in U.S. manufacturing. It’s important to note that manufacturing jobs, either gained or lost, is a crucial ...

Change at the Fed

 November 6 2017
Current Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell has been nominated as the next chair of the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors. Powell was originally appointed by President Obama in 2012 and has previously served in the Treasury under George H. W. Bush. During his tenure on the Board of Governors, Powell has followed the FOMC consensus, voting for the tightening of monetary policy via interest ra...

Personal Income Growth and Interest Rates

 August 9 2017
Reports illustrate that personal income was essentially flat in June. Decreases in personal dividend and interest income partially offset a 0.4% monthly gain in wages and salaries which points to a moderate pace of consumption growth in the third quarter. We think this will translate into smaller interest rate increases.  The Commerce Department said that consumer spending, w...
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