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    Six Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor

Six Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor

If you are meeting with a potential financial adviser for the first time, your goal should be information gathering. After all, you are working to grow your assets, achieve financial security and develop a working relationship with the professional who will help you manage your finances. Here are six questions you should ask:

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Why JCN?

If you are already a JCN client, you know that our not-so-hidden agenda is to help you have a better life. That means we are not merely helping you achieve

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    HOW SAFE IS ONLINE BANKING?

HOW SAFE IS ONLINE BANKING?

If you have not been inside of a consumer bank for a while – and many of us have not – the environment in most banks would probably surprise you now. In a nutshell: fewer people, more machines. For those of us who have lived long enough to remember being dazzled by the new drive-through banking way back when, modern banking facilities are truly representative of how technology has changed our lives. Most of us have moved our banking activity online.

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    YOU CAN PREVENT THE FLU

YOU CAN PREVENT THE FLU

There is good news and bad news about the 2019-2020 flu season.
Let’s get the bad news out of the way first. We are in the season right now, which generally runs from about October to February, although sometimes it lingers longer. People over 65 are more susceptible to the flu since their immune systems are generally not as strong than that of young people. Most flu-related deaths and half of flu-related hospitalizations occur in seniors.

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Giving Back
    Fast Facts About Charitable Giving

Fast Facts About Charitable Giving

When giving to charitable organizations, some people elect to support through cash donations. Others, however, understand that supporting an organization may generate tax benefits. They may opt to follow techniques that can maximize both the gift and the potential tax benefit. Here’s a quick review of a few charitable choices:

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    OVERCOMING AGEISM IN THE WORKPLACE

OVERCOMING AGEISM IN THE WORKPLACE

There is good news and bad news about the American job market. The good news? We are experiencing the lowest unemployment rates in a long time. The bad news: Older workers are still being discriminated about in hiring, inclusiveness and promotions. Ageism is alive and well in the workplace.

A recent survey of 1,265 baby boomer (people born between 1946 and 1964) job seekers, 52.5% of respondents said they have experienced age discrimination by an employer or potential employer. Similarly, 44.5% of baby boomers surveyed believe their generation is unfairly stereotyped by employers. If this sounds familiar to you, keep in mind it has little or nothing to do with your skills or experience. It has everything to do with a youth culture that permeates the American workplace.

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