Quarterly Perspectives - First Quarter 2022

03/25/2022
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Tax Planning for Income

02/11/2022
You don't want to pay more in federal income tax than you have to. Taking a long-term approach, and being strategic with the timing of deductions, are just a couple strategies that can help you keep more of your income. Read our latest article where we detail five things to consider when it comes to keeping more of your income.

Changing Jobs? Know your 401(k) Options

02/11/2022
If you've lost your job, or are changing jobs, you may be wondering what to do with your 401(k) plan account. It's important to understand your options. Knowing the answers to "What will I be entitled to?" and "Should I roll over to my new employer's plan?" will help in your planning. Find the answers in our latest article.

2022 Economic Outlook

12/22/2021
Global economic growth over the past two years largely has been affected by the mandated shutdowns and fiscal stimulus in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the U.S. economy continues to recover in 2022, it faces headwinds of labor shortages, supply chain disruptions, and higher inflation. We evaluate the current economic environment and its implications for businesses and investors.

401(k) and IRA: A Combined Savings Strategy

11/29/2021
Contributing to an employer-sponsored retirement plan or an IRA is a big step on the road to retirement, but contributing to both can significantly boost your retirement assets. Review our quarterly insights to see how the two types of plans can work together in your retirement savings strategy.

Charitable Giving Can Be a Family Affair

11/29/2021
As families grow in size and overall wealth, a desire to give back often becomes a priority. Review our quarterly insights and learn four ways to incorporate charitable giving into your family's overall financial plan.

Quarterly Perspectives - Third Quarter 2021

10/08/2021
In our INTRUST 2021 Economic Outlook, we identified three scenarios on the speed of the U.S. economic recovery, noting that if our most optimistic scenario unfolded, unanticipated increases in inflation could emerge. Through the third quarter of this year, the U.S. has indeed experienced elevated levels of inflation, primarily caused by disruptions in the global supply change and labor shortages.