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Have we ever seen a week like this? On Thursday, the Dow’s 9.9% decline was its largest since 1987 and on Friday its gain was the largest since 2008. The Dow started the week at 25,865 and finished at 23,186.

Newsletter: 2020-01 Welcome to the New Decade, 2020 is Finally Here!!!

Video Newsletter 2020-01: Welcome to the New Decade, 2020 is Finally Here!!!

A review of 2019 four quarter.

Video News Letter 2019-05-31

Newsletter: The First Monthly News Letter, 2019-05

Video Newsletter: The First Monthly News Letter, 2019-05

Hello, I hope this monthly newsletter finds you in good times. This was an interesting month, we celebrated Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, and we had a lot of v...

Uber's underwater investors

IPO's generally are not a good deal for investors. Uber's IPO this week came with predictable headlines about the rich getting richer — after all, when a company goes public at a valuation of more than $80 billion, that's what usually happens. This particular offering, however, created a whole lot of losers.

How the trade war with China could hit you: Higher prices, lost jobs and falling stocks

President Trump slaps down more tariffs on China. Below is a good article about the strategy and ramifications. Trump on Friday more than doubled a tariff on $200B in Chinese imports, escalating a trade war between the two countries. What does it mean for you.

Video News Letter 2019-04-26

News Letter: 2019-04-26

Video News Letter: 2019-04-26

Happy Friday!!! I’m Matthew Greiner And this is your Video News Letter for April 26, 2019 The Last Weekly News Letter I hope this weekly newsletter finds you...

Face It: You (Probably) Got a Tax Cut So far, tax season seems to be playing out more or less as the experts predicted. H&R Block, the tax-preparation giant, said last week that two-thirds of returning customers had paid less tax this year than last. Taxes were down, on average, in every state.

Managing Money as a Couple When you are married, you need to decide how you will manage money as a couple instead of as two single people. There are three main ways that couples manage their finances: separately, jointly or with a combination of both separate and joint accounts.

Saving for retirement is hard. Knowing how to spend it down is harder. I am a few months from turning 64. 25 million or so Americans, ages 55 to 64, are, like me, wondering what they will live on during their "golden years." I have to be honest: I thought the hard part was living within your means and saving for retirement. It's not.

Video: Should Investors Get Comfortable With a Goldilocks Narrative? Oksana Aronov, portfolio manager at JPMorgan Asset Management, George Bory, head of fixed-income research at Wells Fargo Securities, and Jim Bianco, president at Bianco Research, discuss the idea of a Goldilocks economic scenario for markets.

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News Letter: 2019-04-19

Video News Letter: 2019-04-19

Happy Friday!!! I’m Matthew Greiner And this is your Video News Letter for April 19, 2019 Taxes Are Filed - What Next? Congratulations! You’ve completed your...

The New 30-Something It’s the financial riddle of the 30-something years. How does anyone, even those with a stable, upwardly mobile job, let alone a family, afford to live in places like New York City, Los Angeles, Toronto, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco or Washington, D. C.? The answer: Many are bankrolled, to varyi...

Allergy Season Is Getting Worse, Thanks To Climate Change Allergy sufferers are having a rough time of it this spring. If you’re among them, and if you think it’s getting worse, you’re right–and climate change is at least partly to blame.

Video: Will Electric Cars Kill Jobs? Bloomberg Businessweek compares a combustion engine to an engine for an electric car.

Video News Letter 2019-04-12

News Letter: 209-04-12

Video News Letter: 2019-04-12

Happy Friday!!! I’m Matthew Greiner And this is your Video News Letter for April 12, 2019 Brush Up On Financial Literacy April is Financial Literacy Month, a...

Even though I earn more now than I ever have, I use 5 strategies to keep from falling into a common spending trap Spending more as you earn more is called lifestyle inflation, and it's a common spending trap that can stand in the way of building wealth.

Video: How the New U.S. Tax Law Affects You You're not alone if you noticed a change in your tax refund this year. Here are the effects of the new tax law, Unpacked.

Give To Charity Without Giving Up Your Tax Deduction Did you finish your 2018 tax return and feel like you missed out on the tax break for charitable contributions? If so, you’re not alone. Fortunately, with a little planning, you can maintain your charitable giving and still enjoy a tax break.

Secrets Of A Successful Retiree: From A Retirement Professional What are the retirement planning strategies that an internationally recognized retirement expert successfully has used to plan her own retirement? There’s plenty you can learn from Anna Rappaport, a researcher, consultant, author, and speaker on a variety of retirement planning topics.

The April 15 tax deadline is close. Why you should file on time. It's easy to understand why so many people procrastinate about doing their tax returns. However you feel about the tax-filing process it's important to file on time. And here's why.

Video: What if Trump Shuts the Border? Attention, millennials: Avocado toast and guacamole could get more expensive if Trump closes the U.S.-Mexico border

Video News Letter 2019-04-05

News Letter: 2019-04-05

Video News Letter: 2019-04-05

Happy Friday!!! I’m Matthew Greiner And this is your Video News Letter for April 5, 2019 April Budgets Prevent Financial Showers Do you know the old saying: ...

The LGBT Community Faces These 5 Financial Challenges The LGBT community, like other marginalized communities, typically sees the effects of discrimination with our finances. These are financial challenges that the LGBT community faces both in our day to day lives and our future.

When Your Job Doesn't Spark Joy: Marie Kondo Secrets For Your Career Japanese de-cluttering expert and Netflix sensation, Marie Kondo, asks a simple question of her crowded-house clients, once they touch an item in a busy room: does this item spark joy? Maybe it’s time to ask the same question about your job.

Risks Of DIY Retirement Savings Are Real As People Lose $4 Trillion In Just 3 Months Households lost trillions in wealth in the last three months of 2018, most recent data from the Federal Reserve show. These losses starkly illustrate the risks that people face when they need to make retirement and savings decisions mainly on their own.

Video: ESG Investing: Are Investors Looking to Do Well or Do Good? Isabelle Millat, head of sustainable investments solutions global markets at Societe Generale, examines the reasons why investors are increasingly turning to ESG funds.

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News Letter: 2019-03-29

Video News Letter: 2019-03-29

Happy Friday!!! I’m Matthew Greiner And this is your Video News Letter for March 29, 2019 Two Certainties Of Financial Planning The old saying goes: there ar...

What to do right now to improve your 2019 tax return Despite claims that it would be simple, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has proved to be anything but. It's still early enough in the year to help position yourself for a less frustrating 2019 tax season. But it starts by checking your paycheck.

The Stock Market Surges Again -- But Why? After a decline at the close of 2018, the stock market is once again getting close to new highs. But this surge is a bit puzzling given that earnings expectations have pulled back. With earnings growing slower, stocks should pull back—but they’re not. What’s going on?

Sorry, Nobody Wants Your Parents' Stuff After my father died at 94 in September, leaving my sister and me to empty his one-bedroom, independent living New Jersey apartment, we learned the hard truth that others in their 50s and 60s need to know: Nobody wants the prized possessions of your parents — not even you or your kids.

For boomers making plans to relocate for retirement, it’s time to get real Retirees who want to relocate should begin by reviewing their finances with an expert, and then start to build pro and con lists for each potential city or rural area, said Annette Fuller, editor of the magazine and website Where to Retire. "Get past the fantasies and evaluate real life."

Video News Letter 2019-03-22

News Letter: 2019-03-22

Video News Letter: 2019-03-22

Happy Friday!!! I’m Matthew Greiner And this is your Video News Letter for March 22, 2019 Celebrate Spring With New Financial Habits This week marks the begi...

Blindsided by your 2018 taxes? How to prepare now for your 2019 return. Some taxpayers are feeling a little battle-weary after filing their 2018 returns. Some of the biggest changes to the tax code in decades took effect last year, and here's input from members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants on the most common tax questions they're getting fro...

If you’re self-employed or a ‘gig’ worker, getting a mortgage just got easier If you're one of the millions of Americans who are self-employed or earn money on the side through freelance, contract or "gig" work, you may know the drill firsthand: Applying for a mortgage can be an intrusive ordeal.

Solutions For You

Greiner Group was founded back in 1975, by Perry L. Greiner.

He believed: People Knowledge + Product Knowledge = Solutions for the Client.

Here at the Greiner Group, we believe in having strong relationships with our clients, knowing who they are as individuals. Also, to have a strong working knowledge of the different products that are available. Then, and only then, can we provide solutions to your financial problems.

We help our clients with retirement planning, 401k rollovers, life insurance, Social Security Maximization, Medicare, annuities, and income planning.

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10399 Double R Blvd, Ste 106
Reno, NV

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