Andrew S. PerriApril 14, 2022

“April is the cruelest month” declared T.S. Eliot in the opening of his poem The Wasteland, which was first published 100 years ago in 1922.

With tax deadlines rapidly approaching, ongoing war in Ukraine, and the highest inflation in decades, Eliot’s lament for this first full month of spring may have particular resonance for you this year.

If so, the poem’s final word is the antidote you need: “Shantih,” which means “peace.” Rather than reacting to such stresses and worries with rash decisions, maintaining a long-term view of your financial strategy will give you the best chance to achieve your financial goals.

Here are some articles that I think you might find interesting and informative. I’d love to know what you think. Please feel free to share them with your network.

Staying the Course May Be the Key to Wartime Investing

How to Adjust Your Brain for 8.5% Inflation

Filing Your Taxes Is More Complicated This Year. How to Get an Extension.

Building Healthy Habits When You’re Truly Exhausted

A carefully planned mini-retirement can provide a remedy for burnout without derailing your financial goals

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