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Why Inflation Feels Worse Than What the Government Says – by Chris Cushman

In 1931 you could buy gas for 17 cents and a stamp for 2 cents.  In 2000, the average gallon of gas cost $1.50 and a stamp was 33 cents.  Today, it seems like prices will rise between me writing this sentence and publishing this blog!!  People frequently ask me why inflation feels worse than the official statistics lead us to believe. 

We Have a New Website! - By Legacy Planning Group

Take a look, tell us what you think and you could win a gift card to Outback Steakhouse or Carrabba’s Italian Grill!

Legacy Planning Group Welcomes Peter Geckeler - By Jerry Black

Wouldn’t Be Prudent - By Jerry Black

“Wouldn’t be prudent”…President George H.W. Bush as imitated by comedian Dana Carvey on Saturday Night Live.

What would your $1 be worth now? - By Jennifer Hester

See how $1 invested in the total U.S. market grew from 1927-2013—as well as what was in the headlines in Time Magazine. As the video shows, short-term news events generally have little long-term effect on the market's continuing growth.

Know/Believe/Do - By Jerry Black

The Only Value of Money is in its Use - By Jerry Black

At Legacy Planning Group, we believe the only value of money is in its use. Our mission continues to be to empower our clients to create and achieve purposeful legacies of wealth beyond mere riches.

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