Financial Matters

Tips and news from the financial experts at Attentive Investment Managers.
May
26

Economic Impact Payments

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Many have received the Economic Impact Payment from the IRS, while some still await their payment. Here are some facts that you should know:

Payments will be made throughout the rest of 2020. If you don’t receive a Payment this year, you can also claim it by filing a tax return for 2020 next year.

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Apr
01

The CARES Act Explained

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Although the CARES Act’s $2 trillion allocation to the economy has been compared to President Obama’s 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the more recent measure should be thought of as a relief effort, rather than economic stimulus. CARES is addressing the immediate fallout in the business world and in peoples’ personal finances, an attempt to cushion the impact of social distancing and the loss of work and business that it entails.

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May
07

Tariffs, Trade and the Ultimate Goal with Agreements with China

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It is clear that any perceived direction of the trade talks or tweets from the President regarding tariffs are market movers. No one, with the exception of a few insiders, really knows the true status of the ongoing negotiations between the U.S. and China.

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Nov
21

Tariffs, Trade and Global Growth

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While you may have heard that the economic summit was contentious, to say the least, for the first time in nearly 3 decades the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation did not issue a communique. This was largely due to Chinese officials feeling they were singled out by the group for not being transparent.

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With the easing restrictions of the California Shelter in Place order, we have resumed our normal business hours in the office. As before, we are taking steps to ensure the safety of our staff and clients:

  • Surfaces will be sanitized regularly
  • We have several bottles of hand sanitizer as well as anti-bacterial soap and a sink in the office along with disposable masks should you like one.
  • When possible, we will continue to maintain social distancing and when not possible all the staff has masks.
  • Masks are not required for you to enter our office.
  • We are more than happy to meet with you in office but still maintain the capability for web meetings or telecoms. And as always can be flexible if you require special meeting time accommodations.

Our office hours are:
M-Th 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.

As always we are available by phone at 209-636-4931 or on email at or