Brett Weaver

Brett Weaver

Start young and invest often. Families should look to set aside money to invest as early and as often as possible. It can make a big difference.

Record 20.5 million American jobs lost in April. Unemployment rate soars to 14.7%

The U.S. Labor Department announced Friday that more than 20.5 million jobs were lost in April, sending the unemployment rate to 14.7 percent — numbers unseen since the Great Depression. If you or someone you know has lost their job, I'm here to help you review your options. With much of the American economy in self-imposed shutdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus, April's colossal surge in unemployment was a historic disaster for workers.

8 Ways to Thank and Support Frontline and Essential Workers Right Now

I'm incredibly grateful for the tireless efforts of all frontline and essential workers. Here’s some ideas on how we can all express our thanks – without even leaving the house. Here's how to express thanks and show support for essential workers during the coronavirus crisis, including healthcare workers, cashiers, mail carriers, delivery drivers, sanitation workers, and many others. All without leaving your house.

Trump signs $484 billion coronavirus relief bill to boost small business, hospitals and testing

President Trump signed a bill into law Friday with $484 billion in funding for small business aid, hospital grants and coronavirus testing. The bill includes $370 billion for small business aid, $75 billion for hospitals and $25 billion for testing during the coronavirus pandemic.

How to Work From Home Without Losing Your Mind

Are you new to working remotely? Read these 11 tips from a work from home veteran. Podcasts, human interaction, and other ways to cope.

“You say, 'If I had a little more, I should be very satisfied.' You make a mistake. If you are not content with what you have, you would not be satisfied if it were doubled.” – Charles Spurgeon

4 steps to take if you worry you or your partner will be laid off due to the coronavirus pandemic

It’s understandable to be concerned about the state of your job. In this article, Marcy Keckler, Ameriprise VP of Financial Advice Strategy, and other experts share tips for having important financial discussions with your partner. The coronavirus pandemic has already resulted in millions of layoffs. Here's what to do if you worry you or your partner's job may be at risk.

Here’s How The Coronavirus Stimulus Bill Would Help Homeowners

The new economic stimulus bill includes extensive protections for homeowners who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Let’s connect about any questions you may have. Homeowners with federally backed loans can request mortgage forbearance for nearly a full year.

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Wondering how daily market moves impact your portfolio? In a new audiocast, Ameriprise experts provide helpful context for a discussion about your investments. Listen on my homepage. Ameriprise Advisors - Ethos Financial Partners in Thornton, CO

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I know these are scary and uncertain times, but I am here to help answer questions about the markets, or any other concerns you may have. If you or someone you care about would like to talk, follow the link to my website homepage, click "request contact" and I will reach out. Stay safe and healthy! Ameriprise Advisors - Brett Weaver in Thornton, CO

15 Ways To Support Local Business During The Coronavirus Shutdown

Local businesses are an essential part of our economy – and they need our help. Here are just some of the ways you can help support the businesses in your community. Offering your web design services, purchasing gift cards and sharing promotions on social media are just some of the ways we can help our local businesses survive this crisis.

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Hey Everyone, my happy hours are cancelled for the time being. I will be updating the events page of my website (see link below) as things progress. Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy! Ameriprise Advisors - Brett Weaver in Thornton, CO

Stocks may be in store for more short-term pain. However, when the selling pressure floor is eventually found, they have a strong track record of bouncing back. Longer-term investors should keep this in mind, especially during the difficult days ahead. #AmeripriseResearch

Coronavirus confusion: Stocks finish the week higher

It’s been a turbulent week on Wall Street – and it looks like it will end on a down note as investors continue to fear the impacts of COVID-19. If you are concerned about your investments, please reach out. The markets wild see-saw ride this week ended Friday with a lower close and a week-on-week gain for US stocks. Coronavirus confusion is in full swing.

Happy hour is this week, hope I see you there!

Avoid this investing mistake as coronavirus fears grip the markets

When markets turn volatile, it’s natural to wonder what to do. Investment mistakes are often made when emotions overtake logic. Before taking action, call us to talk through questions or concerns. As coronavirus fears send the Dow Jones Industrial Average down triple digits, there's one move you want to avoid making. Here's the mistake one behavioral finance expert says investors are most susceptible to at these times — and what you should do instead.

For couples, major purchases, investments and children are common topics that lead to disagreements about money. Open communication is key to getting on the same page, according to our recent study. When you’re ready to talk financial goals together, I'm here to help.

Financial planning and investment advice during job transition

If you’re changing jobs, you may need to decide what to do with your 401(k) from your prior employer. I can help you understand your options and make an informed decision. Make these important decisions during your job transition to help position you to meet your future career and retirement goals.

The 4 realities of retirement spending that you need to know now

When retirement can last up to 30 years or more, planning for expenses can feel daunting. Here are four insights to help you estimate expenses and make adjustments before retiring. Planning your next 30 years of expenses isn't as easy as it seems. Here are 4 spending trends you need to understand.

Here's a breakdown of the new income tax changes

Recent tax law changes could help you boost your retirement savings. If you’d like to adjust your 2020 contributions, I can help. New tax changes for 2020 give taxpayers the opportunity to save more for retirement and health-care expenses, take a bigger deduction on their individual tax return and fine-tune how much tax is withheld from their pay, which could result in larger refunds next year.

“The only really happy people are those who have learned how to serve.” – Rick Warren, Author of A Purpose Driven Life. What are you doing to serve others?

“We can spend money any way that we want, but we can only spend it once.” From the book Never Enough? by Ron Blue. How do go about making financial decisions? With wisdom and care?

“It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness.” – Charles Spurgeon

Do your teens understand money? Here are 10 tips to start the conversation

No age is too young to begin learning a healthy relationship with money. Here are 10 lessons to use for kids in tween and early teen years. I am always happy to meet with my clients and their children – of any age. Kids ages 10 to 14 are forming the big part of their relationship with money. Here's how to make it a healthy one.

Come join me for a drink on Thursday and remember to RSVP!

“Have an attitude of gratitude.” – from the book Master Your Money by Ron Blue. What are you thankful for?

Brett Weaver

Brett Weaver

It’s never too early to start saving for your child’s education. I can help you balance saving for college with all your financial goals.

Are stocks in the clear now?

U.S. stocks are poised to close 2019 with record gains. Learn what could be coming through the end of the year. Optimism abounds with a Fed rate cut, record S&P 500 index highs and positive trade developments.

“Your time is your life. That is why the greatest gift you can give someone is your time.” – Rick Warren, Author of A Purpose Driven Life

“No one has ever become poor by giving.” – Anne Frank

Avoid these 5 common 401(k) mistakes to maximize your returns

Your 401(k) can be one of your most important investment tools. Here are 5 considerations to help ensure you’re progressing toward your retirement goals. Many Americans are making mistakes with their 401(k) accounts that could be costing them some serious dollars. As the economy booms and the average 401(k) balance rises, these mistakes could be having an even more pronounced effect on Americans' retirement accounts.

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.“ – U.S. President John Quincy Adams. How can you inspire others?

“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” – Mark Twain. How do you use kindness to touch the lives of others?

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