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Brittany N. Cox

Brittany Cox is a Registered Investment Advisor who works for Nestlerode & Loy, Inc., State College. She serves clients in Centre County and all of Pennsylvania as a fiduciary, fee-based advisor. She is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University with a BA in business with a focus on financial services. Brittany enjoys working with clients for retirement and college planning. Brittany can be reached at [email protected]

Articles by Brittany N. Cox

The End-of-Year Financial Wrap-Up
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The End-of-Year Financial Wrap-Up
75 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
This time of year involves a lot of wrapping. With holiday spending in full swing and tax season on its way, you’ll want to include a financial wrap-up, too. [Read More]
Holiday Spending Habits and Potential Pitfalls
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Holiday Spending Habits and Potential Pitfalls
77 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
Spending outside your means or creating debt will only create hardships and extra payments in the future. Many holiday shoppers open up credit cards thinking they will pay them off right away or make payments until next year and use those cards again. Then the bills begin to pile up in January and i [Read More]
Your Retirement Options and Their Effects at Tax Time
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Your Retirement Options and Their Effects at Tax Time
81 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
According to a study by Bankers Life Center for a Secure Retirement, Americans tend to know more about what the taxes would be for the unlikely chance of hitting the lottery than they know about what the taxes will be on their own IRAs, 401(k)s and Social Security. [Read More]
Will Any Sanctions Prove Effective with North Korea?
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Will Any Sanctions Prove Effective with North Korea?
85 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
For years, sanctions on North Korea levied by both the United Nations and the United States have done little to slow their nuclear-weapons program. Many believe that the most recent sanctions imposed by President Donald Trump on Sept. 21 have a better chance at working than any before. [Read More]
A Bit About Bitcoin
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A Bit About Bitcoin
89 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
Virtual currency is a type of unregulated, digital money which is issued and usually controlled by its developers. It is used and accepted among members of a virtual community. If you haven’t heard of virtual currency, maybe you’ve heard of Bitcoin? [Read More]
Heading into the Season with a Plan
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Heading into the Season with a Plan
93 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
Our favorite season in Happy Valley is quickly approaching – football season. While social media and the news are flooded with Vegas odds and Heisman candidates, I thought this would be a good time to touch on your financial game plan. [Read More]
Savings Habits Across Generations
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Savings Habits Across Generations
97 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
In a time when most Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck, it is crucial to have a financial plan in place no matter what generation you fall into. [Read More]
A Teen’s First Job
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A Teen’s First Job
101 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
Be sure to educate your teens about spending and savings. I know this is easier said than done. Just as I was educated about what my savings could help with in the future, I hope that my sister will also learn from my experiences and save some cash instead of spending it on trivial things that she d [Read More]
Investing in Your Child’s Future
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Investing in Your Child’s Future
105 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
It’s no surprise that college tuition rates are increasing. Tuition hikes have outpaced inflation by a large margin. The key to being prepared for these expenses, like any other financial goal, is early planning. [Read More]
Should You Be Making Roth Contributions?
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Should You Be Making Roth Contributions?
123 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
Isn’t it exciting when you finally become eligible to contribute to your 401(k) at work? It provides that feeling of having a financial future. However, those feelings are usually abruptly interrupted by the extensive list of options from which to choose. [Read More]
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