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May 2020 Newsletter

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Hot Topic

Use COVID-19 to Benefit Your Retirement Strategy

Everywhere you turn, there’s someone talking about COVID-19, and it can honestly get a little overwhelming. We’ve all felt that way at one point or another.

One thing you may not have heard, though, is how you can use COVID-19 crisis to do something besides worry. Instead of it being a doom-and-gloom conversation, you can think of a few ideas on how to react.

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The Great Farallones Egg War1

By the time the California Gold Rush overburdened San Francisco with hungry miners and profit-hungry businesses, one business found itself hurting from the lack of infrastructure. With no chicken farms to meet rising demands, bakers were desperate for eggs. Six men decided to profit from the demand chose to venture off the coast for other options.

150 years ago, the common murres' favorite egg-laying perch just happened to be within sailing distance. In 1851, the men traveled to the murres’ islands and gave themselves ownership, complete with company shares. The Egg Company began making a sizable profit selling the freely collected common murre eggs to San Francisco bakers.

By the early 1860s, the Egg Company had some serious competition. On a summer day in 1863, 27 armed challengers sailed toward the island. After 20 minutes of war, the challengers sailed back to home base defeated. Thus, ended the Great Farallones Egg War of 1863.



Tips & Tricks

How to Avoid Social Security Scams

You’ve worked too hard for your money over the years to lose it to scammers. But, unfortunately, Americans lost almost $153 million to scammers impersonating government agencies in 2019, and more than $37 million to Social Security-specific scams.²

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American Goulash

An easy and effortless dinner everyone will appreciate.

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