Welcoming Matt Hess as LifeGuide Partner

January 15, 2023

We’re excited to announce that Matt Hess, CFP®, CKA® has been promoted to LifeGuide Partner! For our clients who work with Matt, you already know how fantastic he is as an advisor. Now as an official partner of the firm, Matt will adopt even greater responsibility for driving LifeGuide’s mission forward for the long term while […]

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LifeGuide named in CPBJ’s 2022 Best Places to Work in PA

October 12, 2022

Last month, the Central Penn Business Journal named LifeGuide Financial Advisors as one of the 2022 Best Places to Work in PA! We’re honored to be named in this distinction. At LifeGuide, we’re all about team. We take a team-based approach to financial advising and seek to create a culture and workplace where LifeGuide team members can […]

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Why we’re taking a break from social media

May 15, 2022

If you’re looking for us on social media (i.e. Facebook), you’ll still find our profiles. However, we won’t be actively posting for the time being. While we haven’t been active on our social media platforms for a while at this point, we thought it might be helpful to provide context around this decision rather than […]

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LifeGuide celebrates grand opening of new Mechanicsburg office

November 9, 2021

We’re excited to announce that renovations of our new office at 400 West Main Street, Mechanicsburg are officially complete! For the better part of the year, our team, along with our hired craftsmen, have poured countless hours into restoring this historic homestead and transforming it into LifeGuide’s new headquarters.   Prior to purchasing this building, […]

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The pull and tug of the market

October 30, 2021

Today, we’re bringing you a Q4 2021 Market Update with LifeGuide Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Zak Lutz. What’s going on in the market? What’s the latest on inflation? Are we heading into a period of increased market volatility? Great questions. Take it away, Zak! Note: this video was originally published in our monthly client newsletter, […]

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A Conversation with Doug Denlinger: Article in Central Penn Business Journal

August 30, 2021

This article was originally published on July 20, 2021 at 1:42 pm in the Central Penn Business Journal — “A Conversation with Doug Denlinger” by Jennifer Deinlein ——————   What trends, if any, did you see emerge with clients during COVID, and is that shifting now as things start to open up more? There were […]

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Moving to virtual-only appointments for the fall and winter

November 24, 2020

As COVID-19 cases rise sharply, we want to do our part to keep our clients and team safe. For the time being, we will only be offering virtual appointments.  Members of our team have been working remotely and holding virtual client meetings since March without missing a beat. In the event of a mandated shutdown, […]

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What does love require of me?

June 17, 2020

This past weekend, our family ventured out to spend some time together in Ocean City Maryland as we have done many times in the past. We enjoy the ocean, the sand, mini-golf and go-carts, Fisher’s popcorn, and, most of all, the trip down to the boardwalk for a large bucket of Thrasher’s French Fries. Yet […]

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Moving into PA’s green phase of reopening

May 19, 2020

As we officially move into the green phase of state reopening this week, we wanted to share what this will look like for us. As always, the safety of our clients and team members remains our top priority. We will continue offering video conferencing or phone calls for every client who wishes to meet remotely. […]

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Updates as we move into PA’s yellow phase of reopening

May 19, 2020

As Cumberland County moves into the yellow phase of state reopening this week, we wanted to take a moment to share what this will look like for us. First and foremost, we are committed to your safety. While we’re looking forward to being able to meet with you in person again, the safety of our […]

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Economic impact payments Q&A

April 7, 2020

The IRS will soon begin releasing economic impacts payments as part of the recent CARES Act stimulus package. To address frequently asked questions around the program, eligibility, and what you can expect, the IRS has put together a helpful Q&A on their website. Read “Economic impact payments: What you need to know” now »

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Paycheck Protection Program for Small Businesses Q&A

March 31, 2020

The U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship recently published a list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for Small Businesses. The program is designed to afford small businesses the ability to retain current employees through the COVID-19 shutdown without cutting wages or laying off employees. View Paycheck Protection Program […]

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IRS tax relief provisions Q&A

March 27, 2020

The IRS recently released answers to some commonly asked questions about the tax relief provisions designed to help taxpayers and investors dealing with economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. The primary benefit of this relief is an extension of time to file and pay your taxes. Specifically, what would have been due on April 15, […]

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Updates on COVID-19 and navigating the statewide shutdown

March 17, 2020

In light of Governor Wolf’s statewide shutdown order, the ever-developing news surrounding COVID-19, and continued market volatility, we wanted to take a moment to fill you in on what we’ve been doing here and what you can expect moving forward. We have verified that our computer and phone systems allow us the ability to effectively continue […]

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A Look Back at 2019

January 13, 2020

Over the last year, we’ve repeated the message, “Managing your finances shouldn’t be time consuming or stressful; it should be deeply fulfilling.” Why? Because we’ve seen firsthand the peace, freedom, and impact many of you have been able to achieve by aligning your finances around what matters most! As you’ve stepped away from a scarcity […]

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