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At Jacobi Capital Management

we are on a journey of our own to create a community of giving. Just as our culture is aligned to do what’s best for our clients, our company approaches involvement in the community with the same attitude. From board involvement to gala sponsorships to working with children, the team at Jacobi is always eager to do its part.

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Jacobi Blog

Retirement Savings Plans for Small Businesses

Most people are familiar with traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs and 401ks as methods of saving money for retirement. However small business owners looking to provide retirement savings benefits for themselves or their employees have more options to meet those needs....

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Luzerne Foundation Celebrates 25 Years

Thursday, May 9, 2019: The Luzerne Foundation celebrated its 25th anniversary at the Westmoreland Club and to honor the occasion, awarded twenty five $10,000 grants and one $25,000 grant to local charitable organizations. Since 1994, the Luzerne Foundation has been...

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Jacobi Returns to Dickinson College

Friday, May 3, 2019: Mike and April had the pleasure of returning to their Alma Mater, Dickinson College, to work with this group of young talent in the International Business and Management classes. Over the past three months, they were able to provide these students...

The Wealth of Knowledge: The Importance of Financial Literacy

Wouldn’t it be great to have a strong background for financial decision making so that we can make informed choices to maximize our financial success? By having a greater understanding of taxes, savings, credit, debt, budgeting, retirement, and investing, financial...

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Jacobi Celebrates March Madness with the CYC

Saturday, April 6, 2019: Team Jacobi was proud to sponsor the Catholic Youth Center's 13th annual March Madness fundraiser. The event raises funds to support the CYC's programs designed to benefit local disadvantaged youth who attend child care and after school...

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Jacobi Celebrates at the WVCA Salute to Seuss!

Friday, March 22, 2019: Members of Team Jacobi were proud to sponsor the Wyoming Valley Children's Association Salute to Seuss Gala! Celebrating its 95th anniversary at this year's event, the WVCA raised funds to continue providing more education services and therapy...

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Hirthler Named Barron’s Top 1200 in 2019

Michael Hirthler, Chief Investment Officer, was recently recognized among the Top 1,200 Financial Advisors in America by Barron’s. The investment publication’s annual list highlights esteemed financial advisors who were assessed on varying factors contributing to the...

Inspired Financial Planning

Financial planners discover the beauty and intricacies of money. Our field is one that pushes the scope of the financial marketplace with multidisciplinary tactics and human spark. Financial planning, though is more than money, it is the gateway for helping people...

How to Make Better Financial Choices in the New Year

January is the season for resolutions. But did you know that about 80% of new year’s resolutions fail by February 1? This year, don’t set arbitrary goals that you can’t keep, focus on the motivation and behavior behind the change you want to make. For example, instead...