Radnor News / Blog

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


Third Quarter 2018

October 18, 2018 // posted by: Radnor Financial Advisors

US stocks have posted solid returns this year, with large-cap stocks up 10.6% and small-cap stocks up 11.5%. International and emerging market stocks have lagged, down -1.4% and -7.7%. Bonds were also … Read More


Former Fed Chairs Are Optimistic Expansion Will Continue

September 25, 2018 // posted by: Radnor Financial Advisors

We recently had the opportunity to attend Carlyle’s annual investor conference in Washington D.C..  One session featured David Rubenstein (Co-Founder and Co-Executive Chairman of Carlyle) discussing the global economy with former Fed … Read More


How to Maximize Your Financial Aid

September 13, 2018 // posted by: Radnor Financial Advisors

The cost of college is one of the most important concerns many families face. Even those who save considerably, discover that without some additional form of aid, their kids may be limited … Read More


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