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Money Matters: The votes are in. Make sure your post-election financial strategy is sound.

November 11, 2022


The votes have been cast. Were the results what you expected?

Elections ― whether national, local, primary, or midterm ― frequently result in changes that have a direct impact on your finances, and this one is no different.

And though we rarely get the exact scenario we want after the ballots are counted, having a plan and a professional on your side to interpret the results with an eye toward your unique financial strategy can give you a head start on any policy changes before they come to pass.

The fact is, waiting for the coast to clear, or the perfect scenario, before you start planning for your future is a mistake. There will never be the perfect time to invest, start a family, or launch that business you've been dreaming about. But we can work together now to prepare you for 2023 and future elections down the road.

Let’s start preparing – together – now! Contact Sally Lawson, Malvern Bank's Senior Investment Officer, and talk with her about how the current political and financial climates could present opportunities for you. She can help you plan for whatever the next two years will bring – and beyond. You can reach Sally at or 610.695.3651.

The following articles go into greater detail. Check them out and share with your friends and family if you think they could use the information.


Anthony C. Weagley
President & CEO
Malvern Bank, National Association
Beyond Your Expectations ™
Office : 610.644.9400

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