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Condor Capital Management Ranked Among Best Places to Work in NJ for 2019 by NJBiz

We are proud to announce that Condor Capital Management has been selected once again for NJBiz’s Best Places to Work in New Jersey award. Each year, eligible companies undergo a detailed assessment to determine the quality of employee benefits, work-life balance, salary, and culture, and this data is analyzed to produce a list of the top-ranking companies. “We are very proud of this achievement.  Employees perform their best when they work for a company that is supportive and motivating,” states Chief Operating Officer Michael Walliser. This is the seventh year we have been named in the small companies category, ranking 8th for this prestigious award.

To view the full article of the rankings, please click here.

Condor Capital Management

Founded in 1988, Condor Capital Management is an employee-owned, SEC-registered investment advisor based in Martinsville, N.J. employing 17 professional and support staff.  Since Condor is a fee-only investment management firm, its fees are based on portfolio size, not sales commissions or number of trades. For more information on Condor Capital Management, please visit https://www.condorcapital.com or call 732-356-7323.

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How Does Your Employer’s Retirement Plan Compare?

How Does Your Employer's Retirement Plan Compare?

Each year, the Plan Sponsor Council of America (PSCA) surveys employers to gauge trends in retirement plan features and participation. Results are used by employers and plan participants to benchmark their plans against overall averages. How does your plan compare to the most recent survey results, released at the end of 2018?1

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2019 1st Quarter Newsletter

Condor has sent out its 2019 1st Quarter Newsletter!

What’s Inside:

  • Mergers & Acquisitions: What’s in the Deal for Investors?
  • How Much Money Should a Family Borrow for College?
  • Four Reasons Your Parents Might Be in Financial Trouble
  • What is a College Income-Share Agreement?
  • How Does the Federal Reserve Affect the Economy?

You can read our online copy by clicking here.

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Nine Things a Business Owner Should Know After Tax Reform

Nine Things a Business Owner Should Know After Tax Reform

As a business owner, you should be aware of some recent federal tax legislation changes. Many of the changes can affect the bottom line for the business as well as you as the business owner — some in a good way and some in a bad way.

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Rules on Opening a 529 Plan Account for College

Rules on Opening a 529 Plan Account for College

Year over year, participation in 529 plans continues to rise.1 Anyone can open an account, lifetime contribution limits are typically over $300,000, and there are tax benefits if the funds are used for college. Here are some common questions on opening an account.

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Inversion of the Yield Curve

Inversion of the Yield Curve

Much noise has been made about the U.S. yield curve’s inversion with 3-month Treasury yields trading roughly around the same price as 10-year Treasuries.  Pundits have been quick to declare that a recession is imminent, citing similar situations where the yield curve has inverted before recessions in the last 60 years.  While it is true that the yield curve has inverted before past recessions, it must also be noted that there were moments of inversion that were not followed by a recession over the last 60 years as well.  There is also no accurate way of timing when a recession might occur even after a yield curve inversion.  The chart below highlights this:

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Condor Capital’s Ken Schapiro Named to Barron’s Magazine 2019 Top 1200 Advisor List in the Country for a Third Straight Year; One of Only Four Independent Advisors in New Jersey

Condor Capital’s Ken Schapiro Named to Barron’s Magazine 2019 Top 1200 Advisor List in the Country for a Third Straight Year; One of Only Four Independent Advisors in New Jersey

We are pleased and honored to announce that Ken Schapiro, Founder of Condor Capital, has been selected for the third straight year as a Barron’s magazine Top 1200 Investment Advisor in the country.  He is one of only four independent advisors to make the 2019 list from New Jersey.  

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Five Things to Know Before Becoming a Landlord

Five Things to Know Before Becoming a Landlord

Increased cash flow, property appreciation, and tax benefits are three major reasons why people want to own rental properties. But being a landlord takes time and money, so before you purchase an investment property or rent out your own home, make sure you understand what’s involved.

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What are some tips for creating a home inventory?

What are some tips for creating a home inventory?

Imagine having to remember and describe every item in your home, especially after you’ve been the victim of a fire, theft, or natural disaster. Rather than relying on your memory, you may want to prepare a home inventory — a detailed record of all your personal property. This record can help substantiate an insurance claim, support a police report when items are stolen, or prove a loss to the IRS. Here are some tips to get started.

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Tax Scams to Watch Out For

Tax Scams to Watch Out For

While tax scams are especially prevalent during tax season, they can take place any time during the year. As a result, it’s in your best interest to always be vigilant so you don’t end up becoming the victim of a fraudulent tax scheme.

Here are some of the more common scams to watch out for.

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