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The History of Social Security

Mateo Salmeron April 04, 2024

In August 1935, Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law, establishing a financial safety net for ...

Government Debt Explained: Contextualizing $34 Trillion

Brandon Arns March 14, 2024

As headlines frequently alarm us with dire predictions about soaring national debt levels, it’s crucial to approach ...

Learning to Accept Uncertainty

Mateo Salmeron February 14, 2024

Benjamin Franklin has a frequently referenced quote, “The only certainties in life are Death and Taxes,” which is a ...

10 Predictions for 2024

Brandon Arns January 26, 2024

“It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” – Yogi Berra Around now is the time we at WJ are ...

Christmas in Europe

Mateo Salmeron January 05, 2024

This past December, my wife and I decided to embark on a trip to the infamous Christmas markets in western Europe. Our ...

Redefining the Narrative: The Brighter Side of Financial News

Brandon Arns December 11, 2023

If you haven’t already, please read the first part of this series which discusses how today’s news presentation leads ...

2024 SECURE Act 2.0 Changes

Mateo Salmeron December 01, 2023

Last year, Congress passed a new tax bill called “The SECURE Act 2.0” that carried a long list of changes to the tax ...

Bundling for the New Year

Mateo Salmeron November 01, 2023

As the holiday season rapidly approaches, many of us are considering bundled gift ideas for our loved ones. During the ...

How Today’s Headlines Shape Our Perspective

Brandon Arns October 24, 2023

Turn on the news, and it’s hard to miss headlines like “Spiraling Debt”, “Crippling Inflation”, “Rampant Crime”, and ...

Cash is Not King

Jared Jameson October 17, 2023

“Why should I invest in stocks or bonds when I can earn over 5% in cash through money market funds or high yield ...

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