Justin Rush, financial adviser at Nemes Rush Family Wealth Management, provides personal finance recommendations to Yahoo! Finance reporter Cindy Lamothe about building up emergency funds and paying down high-interest debt as it relates to savings goals.
Chris Nemes, partner at Nemes Rush Family Wealth Management, offers advice on aligning the maturity of certificates of deposit (CDs) with your upcoming cash needs with MoneyWatch reporter Jake Safane.
While most of us relate core strength to physical fitness, there’s also an important aspect of your financial life that has to do with your core. That would be your core spending and expenses, and what better time to address those principles than heading into the New Year?
The Federal Reserve’s September meeting left investors with much to consider, including that interest rates would remain unchanged (although further hikes aren’t out of the question), and that inflation is still a major focus.
Brian Nemes, partner at Nemes Rush Family Wealth Management, offers some advice on how to prepare and manage your finances in the event of a strike on FOX 2’s The Nine with Deena Centofanti.
FOX 47 reporter Larry Wallace spoke with Charlie Nemes to discuss the financial implications of the UAW strike, including the cost to automakers, the economy and the impact on customers.
There have been thousands of articles written with catchy titles about, “the one secret to a safe retirement.” However, there’s no silver bullet when it comes to retirement planning.
With inflation remaining high, the medium-term economic outlook somewhat uncertain, and global markets continuing to experience a high degree of volatility, it’s an excellent time to schedule a Summit Meeting: the kind of in-depth sit-down with a trusted advisor to conduct an essential review of your estate planning strategy.
When the Federal Reserve formalized its anticipated rate hike with the latest quarter-point increase in its federal-funds rate, it was the 10th increase in the last 14 months. While the general expectation is that this will be the last increase for some time, the benchmark rate is now between 5% and 5.25%, dramatically higher than the record near-zero rates as recently as March 2022.
Nemes Rush’s own Charlie and Chris Nemes appeared together with reporter Amy Lange on a recent video interview segment on FOX 2 News in Detroit.
The SECURE 2.0 Act (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement) has been passed by Congress and signed into law. The Act contains modifications to the current tax system that will have far-reaching effects on personal financial planning.
We’ve already talked about the importance of making a list, however, it is just as important to be aware of financial planning opportunities as we move through 2023 and approach the April 18th tax deadline.