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Remote Work May Offer Financial Benefits

This shift to at-home work can affect people’s lives in many ways – and it may end up providing workers with some long-term financial advantages. more

New Program Aims To Retain, Expand Minority Businesses

The goal of the IVP is to help small, minority, women and veteran owned businesses in Anne Arundel County by offering a robust menu of resources including education, access to capital and mentorship. more

Why Now Is The Best Time To Consider A Roth IRA

It is now time to shift things into our control. What we can control is what we do with our money. more

Consider These Year-End Financial Moves

We still have a few weeks left, which means you have time to make some year-end financial moves that may work in your favor. more

Pic-N-Paint Pottery Turns 15

Pic-N-Paint Pottery celebrated 15 years in business on November 12. more

Embrace CBD Wellness Center Opens Third Location

Embrace CBD is hosting its grand opening celebration on October 20 from 11:00am-1:00pm. more

5 Myths About Estate Planning

Some individuals think that unless you are wealthy, a will is all that is needed. But if you have children, especially young children, a trust may be a much better option to cover your needs. more

Shop Safe, Shop Local

When you shop local, you are literally investing in your community. more

Arundel Federal Savings Bank Specializes In Longevity, Community Outreach

Arundel Federal is a mutual savings bank with all of the bells and whistles of a larger corporate bank, but it focuses business within the state. more

Election 2020: What Can We Expect?

The market likes elements of both candidates. more

Blown 25 Hair Studio And The FaceBar Medispa Come To Lake Shore

Pamela Faraci, owner of Blown25 Hair Studio, and Arlette Cross, owner of The FaceBar Medispa, recently gathered to celebrate the grand reopening of Blown25 Hair Studio and the opening of The FaceBar Medispa. more

AAEDC Encourages The Public To “Shop Safe, Shop Local” 

The marketing campaign to highlight the importance of patronizing small businesses in Anne Arundel County. more

How To Plan For A Successful Post-Retirement Move

Watching my parents go through this post-retirement move, and after many talks with them along the way, I’ve gleaned a few tips that I’ll pass to my clients from now on as they approach this milestone, and I would like to share them with you. more

Tara Frame Selected As 2020 Super Lawyer

Tara Frame of Frame & Frame has been selected as a 2020 Super Lawyers honoree by Thomson Reuters, a national organization that uses a patented multiphase selection process to create a credible, diverse listing of outstanding attorneys. more

Lytos Puts A Spin On Popular Spirit

Most people don’t consume alcohol for health benefits, but entrepreneurs Billy Fanshawe and Nick DiSanti have created Lytos vodka in hopes that it will appeal to health-conscious consumers. more

Top 3 Financial Questions I’ve Been Asked During COVID And How It Might Affect Your Retirement

What impact will the stimulus have on my retirement? Is this market rebound real? What is a W-shaped recovery? more

The Bank Of Glen Burnie Is Committed To Community Involvement, Customer Service

The Bank of Glen Burnie may not be the area’s largest bank, but its reputation for outstanding customer service and community involvement makes the bank a local favorite. more

Huff Insurance Welcomes Commercial Account Manager

Allie Nicklow will be responsible for developing new commercial accounts as well as renewing and managing an existing book of business. more

How Can The Market Be Positive When Over 30 Million Are Unemployed?

I’ve been holding a lot of phone meetings recently, and one question I’ve been asked in a variety of ways is, “How can the market be positive when over 30 million people are unemployed?” more

Restaurants Allowed To Open For Outdoor Seating; Retail Business Opening Moved Up To May 29

Pittman will sign two executive orders to put these new policies in place. more
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