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Radnor Financial Advisors’ Michael Mattise Recognized Among Barron’s Top 1200 Financial Advisors

May 22, 2019 // posted by: Radnor Financial Advisors

Radnor Financial Advisors is pleased to announce that Michael Mattise has been named among Barron’s Top 1200 Financial Advisors list for the 4th straight year.  This special report recognizes outstanding advisors across … Read More


Pickleball Fun Day

May 14, 2019 // posted by: Radnor Financial Advisors

For our fun day event this quarter, our team took the afternoon to go to Radnor Valley Country Club to play Pickleball.  We had an instructor teach us the rules and played … Read More


First Quarter 2019

April 22, 2019 // posted by: Radnor Financial Advisors

Investors have been on a wild ride over the past few months, as the S&P 500 has gone from a record peak in September to the brink of a bear market in … Read More


New Tax on New Jersey Short-Term Rental Properties

February 20, 2019 // posted by: Radnor Financial Advisors

If you’ve ever looked at your hotel bill, you have probably noticed the lodging tax or hotel occupancy tax, which can be a significant portion of the total charge. In an effort … Read More


Fourth Quarter 2018

January 17, 2019 // posted by: Radnor Financial Advisors

The bottom fell out of the equity markets in Q4, resulting in negative returns for the year across all of the major stock indices: US large-cap stocks -4.4%, US small-cap stocks -11%, … Read More


Executive Financial Planning

January 2, 2019 // posted by: Radnor Financial Advisors

Companies invest a significant amount of time and resources in their senior talent.  Offering  executive financial planning as a corporate benefit can maximize that investment, providing significant value to both the executive … Read More


Market Sell Off

October 29, 2018 // posted by: Radnor Financial Advisors

As you may be aware, stock markets have experienced a sell-off over the past few weeks, with the S&P 500 declining over 9% since October 3rd.  Recognizing that short-term declines of this … Read More


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