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Gain insight from leading practice-management experts, investment strategists, and the MIT AgeLab.


Upcoming Webinars:

February 27,TH  at 4:00 p.m. ET

Social Security: Three Pitfalls to Avoid

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MARCH 13,TH  at 4:00 p.m. ET

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Webinar Replays
After a strong 2023 for the US economy and stocks, investors are at an inflection point. Will market performance broaden out beyond the Magnificent 7? Are bonds a better alternative than cash yielding 5%? How should investors position their portfolios? Join us to hear Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson answer these questions.
Can you run your practice from an index card? The answer may surprise you. Learn a system that can help you reduce your to-do list to a few critical activities. By completing these activities weekly, hitting your business goals is nearly guaranteed.
Your aging clients’ needs go beyond financial advice, but you can't meet those needs all on your own. Learn why the MIT AgeLab says partnering with a team of experts can set your practice apart and help meet the rising expectations of today’s client.
As the economy softens in response to Fed policy, markets remain hopeful that the Fed may achieve its soft landing. Join us to hear Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson’s thoughts on the markets.
In affluent families, wealth sometimes transfers without all the wisdom that goes along with it. This can leave the next generation unprepared to manage it responsibly. Using the family money talks approach, families can hold engaging and productive conversations about wealth—without discussing assets.
The Social Security knowledge gap reveals a critical opportunity to help your clients navigate the Social Security landscape. It’s not as complicated as it might seem—if you know the answer to these five questions.
Despite a tumultuous spring, markets have held up amid warning signs from leading indicators. Join us to hear Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson from Wellington Management discuss, is a recession possible when the labor market is so strong?
Many financial professionals feel that their teams aren’t as effective as they could be—and think large, sweeping changes to their team’s processes are the answer. But oftentimes, small tweaks in a few key areas can transform a practice. Find out how small adjustments can maximize your team’s potential and increase productivity.
Research shows that we—not our genes—have a great deal more control over our cognitive health and the destiny of our brains than we may realize. Join us to learn, why your brain may not be the same age as you and Practical tips to age-proof your brain.
As recession risks rise, central banks must balance taming inflation with slower growth. Join us to hear Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson answer these questions: Will a weaker economy cause the Fed to cut rates later this year? How could tighter liquidity conditions impact the global economy? How should investors position their portfolios?
Many prospective clients evaluate you based on your digital presence. A strong one can help strengthen your brand, awareness, and growth. Is your digital presence an afterthought or a critical extension of your practice?
Learn how to respond to three critical questions about Social Security benefits around timing, work, and taxes.
As the Fed continues to battle inflation, recession and recovery will be top of mind in 2023.
Nerves getting the best of you about how you’ll achieve your 2023 goals? Discover how to better evaluate, and more importantly, how to best implement mental shortcuts that’ll help you achieve regardless of the uncertainty ahead.
Having enough money is key to a successful retirement. But having a strong social network may be more important: Clients with friends are more likely to live healthier, happier lives than those without.
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The MIT AgeLab is not an affiliate or subsidiary of Hartford Funds.

Dr. Joe Coughlin, Matt Oechsli, Oechsli, Fred Reish, Ron Insana, Dr. Kevin Elko, Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson, Jay Wright, and Rebecca Hourihan are not affiliates or subsidiaries of Hartford Funds.

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