April 10, 2020

Though we’re in self-isolation, many of us are thinking about Easter. In honor of this weekend, we’re serving up a basket of a dozen different headlines that touch on various issues, such as: Looking for Lysol? Here’s when we can all find some; JP Morgan makes an unbelievable prediction about the US economy that makes everyone muy nerviosa; Need help stretching your non-existent cash? Here are some tips financial planners don’t usually recommend; and finally, because it is Easter, Do you know how we got from the Bible to Easter eggs when celebrating Easter? Here’s a short history. Have a safe and blessed weekend as you Go beyond the headlines…

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