On September 11, 2001, almost 3,000 people died from terrorists carrying out suicide attacks against targets in the United States. These attacks were the deadliest on American soil since the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941. This terrifying, humbling, and startling event triggered major U.S. initiatives to combat terrorism.
In 2021, Labor Day will happen on Monday, September 6th, and celebrates the contributions and achievements of American workers. Traditionally observed on the first Monday in September, the labor movement created the holiday in the late 19th century and became a federal holiday in 1894. For many Americans, Labor Day also symbolizes the end of summer and is celebrated across the country in various ways.
Since the beginning of 2021, signs of the U.S. economy recovering have started to appear. Americans are actively spending in specific sectors and some industries are faring well—while others are lagging. This contradiction illustrates a mismatched economic recovery:
Tax season may be long forgotten for some Americans as the tax-filing deadline has come and gone for 2021. Even if you filed on time, a mid-year tax review is a great time to evaluate your current tax situation to help avoid any tax-related surprises next spring.
June 28th is National Insurance Awareness Day. This prompts the question; are adequately covered? As we approach this holiday, it is a great time to assess your life insurance coverage and evaluate your risk. It’s never too late to strengthen your current coverage.
Did you know that June is Home Ownership Month? Now is a great time to celebrate the benefits that homeownership can bring to families, neighborhoods, and communities across America. But this year, with our current housing market landscape, Home Ownership Month looks a little different. Here’s why: