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Trending Topics – 10/11

If you’re stressed about market volatility, open enrollment decisions, or the financial strain of the holiday season, tune in to this Trending Topics segment.
By MSA Staff

Last updated 10/17/22

MSA Money Coaches provide thousands of financial consultations each month to members from all different walks of life. Our Trending Topics segment is compiled from current financial news and an analysis of the needs and goals represented by our members each month.

If you’re stressed about market volatility, open enrollment decisions, or the financial strain of the holiday season, tune in to this Trending Topics segment. Money Coaches will explain some of the factors driving market volatility. They also bring up things to consider regarding employee benefits and holiday planning that could help reduce financial stress.

Information provided in this post is for informational purposes only and is not intended to offer specific personalized investment, financial planning, tax, legal, or accounting advice. We recommend that you consult an attorney, tax advisor, or accountant regarding your unique circumstances.

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