Christian Financial Perspectives

Christian Financial Perspectives

Our podcast continues to be released weekly with content created with you in mind! Some of our most popular episodes so far are: The 10 Uses of Money What is Wealth Management? The Real Yield of Residential Real Estate Now you can listen to our program on two Radio Stations also! KSLR 630 AM The [...]
Say Hello To Rhonan

Say Hello To Rhonan

It’s been a while since we’ve welcomed babies into the CIS Wealth family, but we are excited to announce a new member of the CIS Wealth family - Rhonan Stark Peters. Rhonan was born to Shawn & Jenna Peters at St. David’s Hospital in Austin at 5:34am on November 21, 2018 (he shares a birthday [...]
Welcome Tiffany Baer

Welcome Tiffany Baer

We are pleased to welcome Tiffany Baer as our newest team member at CIS Wealth Management Group! Tiffany is the Relationship Associate with CIS Wealth. Her responsibilities include supporting the Wealth Advisors with data aggregation and analysis, as well as client communication. Tiffany holds a bachelor degree in Business Administration and Accounting. She is also [...]
2018 Christmas Party

2018 Christmas Party

We had a great time celebrating the Christmas season with our clients in December. From cookie decorating, a wacky photo booth, trivia and a delicious meal - fun was had throughout the night. We appreciate our clients and were happy to share a fun evening with some of you! CHECK OUT THESE OTHER AREAS OF [...]
This Is The Year

This Is The Year

By Mary Jo Lyons, CFP® The sayings “get er done!” or “just do it!” are common for a reason. They resonate with most of us as we all tend to procrastinate when it comes to our task list. Procrastination is one of the biggest and most dangerous reasons for financial failure. With a new year [...]
Tax Document Information

Tax Document Information

1099s: Please be aware that most taxable account 1099s and consolidated tax forms for brokerage and managed accounts may not be mailed out by the end of January. These types of accounts, because of their complexity of reporting, take a couple of extra weeks to be mailed out. Typically they are available by the middle [...]
Joy In Giving

Joy In Giving

By Mary Jo Lyons, CFP® Give and it will be given to you. Luke 6:38 It’s that time of year when giving is on our hearts. Year end is typically when most people finalize their charitable giving. This year the Holy Spirit has moved me to explore giving and understand the many nuances associated with [...]
Seasonal Message from Bob

Seasonal Message from Bob

Time for Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, & Happy New Year! It’s that time of the year again! Do these things sound familiar? Thanksgiving Thanksgiving brings us family, friends, fellowship, parades, turkey with cornbread dressing, football, pies and cookies of the season, visiting, serving, and giving time for others. Christmas Next comes lights and decorations on the [...]
Cyber Security Best Practices

Cyber Security Best Practices

Use complex passwords and update them frequently (at least 8 characters in length and include a combination of numbers, letters that are both upper and lower case, and several special characters like * # ! @ etc) Don’t use the same password for all logins Install Antivirus software with Firewall protection and run and update [...]
Market Commentary

Market Commentary

October was the second time this year and the fourth time over the past 3 years the markets have had what is considered a “correction” of 10% or more from peak to trough. Over the past 3 years corrections like this have occurred an average of every 9 months. The last “correction” was in February [...]