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The Malvern Foundation Charity Polo Match at the Brandywine Polo Club

August 22, 2021

Enjoy an Exciting Polo Match, Gourmet Lunch, Open Bar, and Help Support the Foundation Information & Tickets.

Welcome to Malvern Bank’s "Money Matters"

Anthony C. Weagley

Anthony C. Weagley
President & CEO
Malvern Bank, National Association
Office : 610-644-9400
Marketing@MyMalvernBank.com

This is your go-to place for the latest news and trending topics about finance, banking, and everyday life!

Here we will be able to provide you with the best premium news and information, curated especially for you, from the New York Times, Business Insider, Forbes, Reuters, Bloomberg and other subscription publishers. Our goal is to share relevant and meaningful articles and videos that will help you focus on your investments and your future at no cost. We welcome you to share any of the articles you find useful with your friends, family, and colleagues.



Money Matters: Dream big. Start small.
July 30, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • BARRON'S: Forget Pot, Crypto, and SPACs. Why Pros Say Retirement Savers Should Avoid Fads
  • Forbes: Olympian Allyson Felix, Champion For Female Athletes And Moms, Touts Financial Planning Too
  • The New York Times: Looking on the Bright Side May Be Good for Your Health
  • Wall Street Journal: Why Investors Can't Kick the 'Past Performance' Habit
  • Harvard Business Review: Tough Parenting Decision? Take a Page Out of the CEO’s Playbook.
  • Business Insider: 4 expensive mistakes people make with their retirement savings, according to a financial planner

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Let's look at the upside
July 23, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • BARRON'S: Slowing Growth? Sure. But Here's Why You Should Stick With Stocks
  • The Economist: Will the economic recovery survive the end of emergency stimulus?
  • The New York Times: The Pandemic Safety Net Is Coming Apart. Now What?
  • Forbes: Counting What Counts – Finding Purpose In Financial Planning
  • Entrepreneur: Best Retirement Planning Advice Ever: Know Thyself
  • Wall Street Journal: Your Child Tax Credit Payment Just Arrived. Are You Sure You Want It?

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Build space into your strategy
July 16, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • BARRON'S: Considering a 401(k) Loan? Here's When It Does and Doesn't Make Sense
  • The New York Times: The Gift of Financial Education for the New Grad in Your Life
  • Forbes: 5 Steps To Protect Your Retirement Assets And Income
  • Wall Street Journal: When Money Is No Object
  • Forbes: McDonald’s Offers Wage Increases, Child-Care Assistance, Paid Time Off And Help With Tuition To Attract Workers
  • Forbes: 5 Reasons To Book A Barge Vacation In France

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Money Matters: Don't Overthink It
July 9, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • The New York Times: Higher Inflation Ahead? Maybe. But Don’t Even Try to Predict It
  • Wall Street Journal: Explaining ‘Bad News for the Economy Is Good News for the Stock Market’
  • Forbes: Making The Most Of Our Money Mishaps
  • The New York Times: Interest Rates on Federal Student Loans Will Rise in July
  • Investopedia: Is Having a Smartphone a Requirement in 2021?
  • Forbes: 5 Tips For College Freshman To Help Maximize Year One

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Money Matters: Change your Thoughts, Change your World
July 2, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • BARRON'S: It's Time for a Midyear Review of Your Finances. Here Are 6 Areas to Focus On.
  • Forbes: 10 Steps To Achieving Your Financial Independence Day
  • The New York Times: The Young Fall for Scams More Than Seniors Do. Time for a Warning.
  • Harvard Business Review: Anxious About Hybrid Work? Ask Yourself These 4 Questions.
  • Wall Street Journal: Traveling for July 4th Weekend? Expect Crowds. Everywhere.
  • Wall Street Journal: Your July Fourth Party Might Include Halloween, Christmas and Several Birthdays

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Money Matters: Pass on Your Wealth Wisdom
June 29, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Investopedia: 8 Financial Tips for Young Adults
  • Business Insider: If you have private student loans, your loved ones could inherit your debt if you don't have life insurance
  • Business Insider: 3 smart steps a millennial took to save $92,000 in a year

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Money doesn't grow on trees
June 18, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: Give The Gift Of Financial Independence This Father's Day
  • Forbes: How To Figure Out How Much Money You Need

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Money Matters: A return to life - time to celebrate
June 11, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • The New York Times: The Best Investment of All: The People You Love the Most
  • Forbes: Get Happy: The Science Of Emotions And How To Harness Them For Happiness
  • Forbes: Why You Should Estimate Your Social Security Benefits Now
  • Forbes: A Luxury Traveler’s Guide To Navigating The New Normal

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Money Matters: What a Trip it Will Be
June 4, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • The New York Times: How to Buy Happiness (Responsibly)
  • Forbes: How To Prepare Your Car For The Perfect Road Trip
  • Reuters: Summer’s about to start in America. So is sticker shock.
  • Harvard Business Review: That “Dreaded” Commute Is Actually Good for Your Health
  • Forbes: How To Make A Long-Term Financial Plan

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Money Matters: What are memories worth?
May 28, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: Is Your Insurance Ready For Memorial Day?
  • Business Insider: Your Memorial Day is about to get a lot more expensive. From hot dogs to fuel, here are some of the products in short supply.
  • Business Insider: A 63-year-old says 3 decisions helped her build a $1 million net worth and retire years earlier than expected

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Money Matters: What is ESG Investing?
May 21, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: After The Pandemic: ESG Investing Trends For 2021 And Beyond
  • Entrepreneur: If you were born between 1980 and 1985, you are a 'geriatric millennial'
  • Forbes: ESG And The Future Of Work: 3 Strategies Every Leader Should Know
  • Investopedia: When to Expect Your Tax Refund—and the Best Ways to Spend It
  • Forbes: For Happiness, Less Really Is More: 6 Creative Ways To Actually Subtract

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Money Matters: Signed, sealed, delivered ... now what?
May 14, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: How To File A Tax Extension With The IRS
  • The New York Times: 7 Steps to Take Now to Catch Up on Retirement Savings
  • Harvard Business Review: Anxiety When There’s a Lot to Be Anxious About: What Does and Doesn't Help

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Money Matters: Mom the CEO
May 7, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: 10 Reasons To Hire A Mom This Mother’s Day
  • Entrepreneur: For Mother's Day, Check Out These Statistics on Mom Entrepreneurs (Infographic)
  • Forbes: The King Of Pop Beats The IRS In Tax Court Estate Case

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Money Matters: Are you money smart? Here’s 3 quick ways to know
April 30, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Investopedia: Why Financial Literacy Is So Important
  • Forbes: Trading Vs. Investing: Which Is Better For Long-Term Goals?
  • The New York Times: Looking Back at the First Roaring Twenties

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Money Matters: Making the best play for your future
April 23, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: How Gamification Can Help You Meet Your 2021 Financial Goals
  • The Guardian: I've lost my conversational mojo – can I relearn the art of small talk?
  • Investopedia: Five Rules to Improve Your Financial Health
  • Harvard Business Review: How Working Parents Can Strategically Prioritize Their Time
  • Entrepreneur: 7 Business Takeaways You Can Learn From Monopoly

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Money Matters: What you know = How much you grow
April 20, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: Really? You’re Kidding. You Think Now's The Time For Financial Literacy?
  • Forbes: An Easier Way To Pay Fewer Taxes In Retirement
  • Forbes: Are You Ready To Play The 401(k) Game? Hint: You Already Are
  • The Guardian: Back in the mix: cocktails for outdoor meet-ups
  • Investopedia: Everyday Activities That Can Teach Financial Literacy to Kids

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Money Matters: Prepare, Don't Predict
April 12, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Business Insider: 5 myths about retirement that way too many Americans believe
  • Harvard Business Review: A CEO’s Guide to Planning a Return to the Office
  • The Guardian: Sow your sunflowers! 15 easy April gardening tasks – to ensure a glorious, flowery summer

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Money Matters: Ever felt like the Ever Given?
April 2, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: Why Do We Procrastinate And How Can We Beat The Urge?
  • Harvard Business Review: Be More Realistic About the Time You Have
  • Forbes: Tips For 2020 Tax Returns With IRA Distributions

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The Bell Rock Take... There is Still Value in Financials
March 30, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Investopedia: What Is a Backdoor Roth IRA?
  • Investopedia: Roth IRA Contribution Rules: A Comprehensive Guide
  • Business Insider: How to retire a millionaire, even if you earn $50,000 a year or less

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Money Matters: Better Than March Madness
March 26, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: 21 Place-Inspired Songs To Add To Your Road Trip Playlist
  • Entrepreneur: 5 Morning Habits That Will Start Your Day With Purpose
  • Forbes: 5 Worst Ways To Spend Your Stimulus Check
  • Forbes: How To Use The New Child Tax Credit To Improve Your Financial Wellness

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One Year Later...
March 19, 2021

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: Here’s Everything You Need To Know About The New Expanded Child Tax Credit
  • Business Insider: 4 smart things to do with your 3rd stimulus check if you don't need the money
  • Forbes: How Much Money You Will Get From Stimulus Checks, Unemployment Benefits And Everything Else Inside Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill

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Some Great News For My Clients
February 20, 2019

Malvern Money Matters

Featuring:

  • Forbes: The First 5 Steps To Building Wealth
  • NY Times: Busy Is Not a Badge of Honor. Try Doing Nothing for a While
  • The Washington Post: Your friends’ social media posts are making you spend more money, researchers say
  • The Washington Post: Tax-refund recipients respond to critics: ‘Stop shaming me’
  • Money: This Is the Fastest-Growing Six-Figure Job in America — and it Doesn't Require a Degree
  • Money: How to Simplify Your Investments and Boost Returns, According to Morningstar's Director of Personal Finance

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