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We are an independent financial firm offering estate planning, investment advisory, and wealth management services. We pride ourselves on building relationships with our clients before we discuss money matters. We believe that truly understanding your dreams and goals allows us to create a suitable financial roadmap that strives to get you where you want to go. Every associate of The Main Street Group believes this simple philosophy. We believe staying true to this mission of doing what’s right for our clients has helped us become one of the premier financial firms in the South. We invite you to come get to know us, and experience The Main Street Group difference for yourself. Securities offered through Kestra Investment Services, LLC, member Member FINRA (www.finra.org)/SIPC (www.sipc.org). Investment Advice offered through The Main Street Group, a registered investment advisor. The Main Street Group is not affiliated with Kestra Investment Services. This profile is published for residents of the United States only. Registered Representatives of Kestra Investment Services may only conduct business with residents of the states and jurisdictions in which they are properly registered. Therefore, a response to a request for information may be delayed. Not all products and services referenced on this site are available in every state and through every representative or advisor listed. For additional information, please contact the Kestra Investment Services Compliance Department at 737-443-2582.
Mission: The mission of The Main Street Group is to help our clients and their families pursue financial comfort and confidence through planning and appropriate investments. Strategies, products and performance are the visible components of an investment program. Fear and uncertainty are the unseen components that haunt every investor in some measure. Our mission at The Main Street Group is the proper management of these components, both seen and unseen, in the pursuit of financial harmony for our clients.
U.S. gas prices are the lowest at the pump since 2016. More from CBS News @ https://cbsn.ws/3cQAJ5s
Demand for gasoline has plunged as millions of Americans stopped driving to work, school and stores.
Mortgage applications are up 6%, suggesting a potential rebound for home sales. More from Yahoo! Finance @ https://yhoo.it/2XdYlul
finance.yahoo.com The volume of purchase applications grew 6% last week versus the previous one, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
CNBC looks at suggestions people 40 and older have for younger adults. Some good advice @ https://cnb.cx/3bN4cfp
cnbc.com Here are some of the best tips from a popular Reddit thread with over 87,000 upvotes and over 14,000 comments that crowdsourced advice on life and success from people over 40 for people in their 20s.
U.S. jobless claims rise 2.4 million, raising total to 38.6 million for the last nine weeks. More from CNBC @ https://cnb.cx/3bYIkOt
cnbc.com The total, while still well above anything the nation had seen in pre-coronavirus America, represents the seventh straight week of a declining pace following the record peak of 6.9 million in late March.
The COVID-19 pandemic may cost the world $82 trillion. More from MarketWatch @ https://on.mktw.net/3bGU5Zr
marketwatch.com An economic-depression scenario could cost the world economy $82 trillion in lost output.
U.S. housing starts dropped heavily in April, according to CNBC. More @ https://cnb.cx/2XeQcFR
cnbc.com U.S. homebuilding dropped to a five-year low in April, underlining fears that the novel coronavirus crisis would lead to the deepest economic contraction in the second quarter since the Great Depression.
News of a promising vaccine boosts the stock market. More from Yahoo! Finance @ https://yhoo.it/2TgLFSo
finance.yahoo.com Stocks are looking to extend Friday's rally, with eyes on states relaxing coronavirus restrictions and a promising vaccine result.
47% of Americans will return to dining at restaurants as soon as they open again. More from Yahoo! Finance @ https://yhoo.it/2Zvw1qj
finance.yahoo.com States across the U.S. are beginning to reopen parts of their economies, and a surprising number of consumers are willing to visit restaurants as soon as they reopen, according to a new survey by Piper Sandler.
CNBC examines the impact filing for unemployment can have on your credit score. More @ https://cnb.cx/3cE5Ykh
cnbc.com There are a few ways that unemployment can indirectly impact your credit. CNBC Select asks a a debt-relief attorney how unemployment can affect your credit score.
Will boosted productivity from at-home workers end the office as we know it? More from MarketWatch @ https://on.mktw.net/3bIlAlp
marketwatch.com If you rebuild the workplace after COVID-19, will the workers ever come back? In Silicon Valley, the answer from many tech companies is that many won’t, and...
Lower income Americans see unemployment drop by 40%. More from CNN Business @ https://cnn.it/2yYtgmb
cnn.com The Federal Reserve Bank on Thursday reported just how unequally the coronavirus-induced economic downturn is hitting Americans.
U.S. mortgage rates are nearing record lows. MarketWatch takes a look @ https://on.mktw.net/2Z8dFLB
marketwatch.com The trajectory of interest rates will depend on how the U.S. economy rebounds from the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. retail sales tumbled in April in response to the COVID-19 crisis. More from CNN Business @ https://cnn.it/360Chau
cnn.com America's retail sales collapsed at a historic rate last month, underscoring just how badly retailers are struggling during the coronavirus crisis.
Unemployed Americans may remain on workplace insurance through COBRA. Marketplace asks if it’s worth it @ https://bit.ly/2YX4n57
marketplace.org It keeps you on your former employer's policy if you pay the company's share of the premium. Those without employer coverage aren't eligible.
Many Americans won't get their stimulus check via direct deposit. Check your mailbox! MarketWatch has more @ https://on.mktw.net/2ySyeAV
marketwatch.com Social Security beneficiaries and other taxpayers may find a surprise in the mail.
U.S. Consumer Prices dip to the lowest point since 2008. MarketWatch has more @ https://on.mktw.net/2LmFYxR
marketwatch.com One thing anxious Americans don’t have to worry about, with the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down large slices of the economy, is inflation. Consumer prices...
Fox Business looks at the emerging housing market, returning from the COVID-19 crisis. More @ https://fxn.ws/2WSBaFN
foxbusiness.com Mortgage rates rose slightly to 3.43 percent.
Retirement strategy may be stressful, especially during a crisis. How to get around that? MarketWatch has more @ https://on.mktw.net/2W618WZ
marketwatch.com Money is emotional, especially during a pandemic
The COVID-19 crisis has certain older workers rethinking their retirement from the workplace. Marketplace has more @ https://bit.ly/2L8pTfc
marketplace.org After the 2008 crisis, people 62 or older who were laid off were much less likely than younger workers to return to the workforce.
CNBC looks at the move to cut dividends. How will you adjust your retirement strategy? More @ https://cnb.cx/3fyaa78
cnbc.com More than 200 stocks this year have reduced or suspended their dividends, 44 of them on the S&P 500 index. Here's how retirees should view those changes.
While cafes and restaurants are going back into business, not everyone is returning to work. Fox Business has more @ https://fxn.ws/3bc0QlX
foxbusiness.com Restaurant owners say they have little sense of how many consumers will feel safe to eat out again, and under what circumstances.
How do you pay off credit card debt during a global crisis? More from Fox Business @ https://fxn.ws/2yyIIW7
foxbusiness.com Many of the usual strategies for paying off credit card debt don’t apply right now.
Credit card debt has spiked during the COVID-19 crisis, with half of Americans owing more. More from CNBC @ https://cnb.cx/2yhVo3F
cnbc.com More Americans, and especially millennials, are being forced by the coronavirus economic crash to carry increasing levels of credit card debt.
Yahoo! Finance looks at how auto insurance companies are helping struggling customers. More @ https://yhoo.it/2xyBJff
finance.yahoo.com LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / April 29, 2020 / Compare-autoinsurance.org has launched a new blog post that presents how car insurance companies can help drivers during this coronavirus pandemic. For more ...
What did Bill Murray ask Warren Buffett? Turns out it’s anything but the setup to a joke. Yahoo! Finance covers the exchange @ https://yhoo.it/3do7mav
finance.yahoo.com We should 'try to create a society that under normal conditions with more than $60,000 of GDP per capita, that anybody that worked 40 hours a week can have a decent life without a second job,' says Buffett.
Homeowners are concerned they might owe large mortgage payments in the wake of COVID-19. CBS News has more @ https://cbsn.ws/35hNDGS
"What makes them think I'm going to have three months of money in three months?" one homeowner asked.
Yahoo! Finance looks at the falling mortgage rate, a new record low for the U.S. More @ https://yhoo.it/3f4L6V1
finance.yahoo.com (Bloomberg) -- U.S. mortgage rates fell once again to the lowest on record.The average rate for a 30-year loan was 3.23%, down from 3.33% last week and the lowest in almost 50 years of data-keeping, Freddie Mac said in a statement Thursday. The previous record was 3.29%, reached in early March.The c...
CNBC reports on the Small Business Administration’s new guidance for Paycheck Protection Program loans. More @ https://cnb.cx/3azer6k
cnbc.com The update comes after a public furor that large companies tapped the facility for hundreds of millions of dollars while thousands of small businesses have yet to receive funding.
Yahoo! Money reports that home sales may significantly decease in the coming months. More @ https://bit.ly/2VticpP
money.yahoo.com The spring and summer months are traditionally the hottest homebuying season, but this year one housing expert predicts sales to drop as much as 40% during that time because of the coronavirus pandemic.
USA Today examines a question on many minds: should one retire during a recession? More @ https://bit.ly/3btQTkF
usatoday.com I had planned on retiring this October. But with all this stock market crash and recession stuff, I’m not sure I can or should.
The Motley Fool reports on some COVID-19 scams to watch out for. More @ https://bit.ly/2RX8WIj
fool.com Don't let them cost you.
CNBC asks what to do with your 401(k) after you have moved on from your job. More @ https://cnb.cx/2yxtCzT
cnbc.com There are a number of things to take into account when deciding if you should roll over your 401(k) from a former employer.
CNBC asks how those who’ve come out of debt use their credit card. Could you stay at zero? More @ https://cnb.cx/2yBItZQ
cnbc.com It can be scary to use a credit card again after paying off a lot of debt. CNBC Select offers a simple trick to keep your balance at $0 while using your card for everyday purchases.
USA Today examines how COVID-19 has dealt a serious blow to small craft beer businesses. More @ https://bit.ly/357mB57
usatoday.com The COVID-19 pandemic could disrupt the nation's craft beer industry, especially smaller breweries, which rely on beer sold and consumed onsite.
Diminished demand sinks U.S. oil prices to a record low: under $5 a barrel. NPR reports @ https://n.pr/2zjQFi5
npr.org For the first time ever, a key oil benchmark, West Texas Intermediate, fell below zero on Monday. That means some traders, instead of paying money to buy oil, are paying to get rid of it.
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