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Jeffrey Breault GIMS 2019 Updates | Lamborghini Struts New Huracan Ahead of Geneva Show

Noted car enthusiast Jeffrey Breault agrees that much like last year, some car manufacturers are jumping the gun in order to get ahead of their competitors at the Geneva Motor Show.

While the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show is set to start on the first week of March, supercar manufacturer Lamborghini has already unveiled a new addition to its Huracan series, the 2020 Evo Spyder.

This may seem a surprise for some observers since the car manufacturer has just recently updated its Huracan Evo line early this year. Lamborghini may be thinking of updating the whole lineup though since the 2020 edition of the Spyder is also getting an upgrade on its design and performance. According to Jeffrey Breault, observers should note the performance upgrades. Under the hood, the 2020 Huracan Evo Spyder is set to get a V10 engine with 640 hp and 442 pound-feet of torque, the same treatment that the updated Huracan Evo coupe got. This setting is said to make the 2020 Spyder one roaring beast, as L…

The Role of Financial Advisors Beyond Investments

On the surface, it's easy to think of a financial advisor as someone who just gives you a list of investment opportunities. When you put it like that, it almost sounds like you're gambling. In this blog post, I Jeffrey Brault, will show you how financial advisors do a lot more than just tell you where to put your money.

Gives You A Realistic Goal

It's easy to say that you want to be a Millionaire by the time you retire, but what does that even really mean? Will one million dollars even be enough to sustain you given inflation and longer life expectancies due to medical advancements?

No one can know for sure, but it's a financial advisor's job to help you prepare for the worst case scenario.

Keeps You On Track

It's a good idea to keep in touch with your financial advisor, and regularly update the goals that you've set together by taking into account new income, expenses, and plans for the future. In fact, a financial advisor should be involved in every major…

Jeffrey Breault lists key dates for NBA 2019

While the trade season is on top of NBA news lately, Jeffrey Breault believes that more surprises should be expected, as there are still months left in the league season.

The trade and contract season started last month, with the 10-day contracts commencing first, while the rest of the deals done by January 10 were guaranteed as signed for the rest of the season. Meanwhile, two-way contracts were done by January 15. The NBA trade season has already started, with the deadline set for February 7 at 3:00 p.m. ET. Fans will note that the trade deadline is set earlier than in previous seasons. Previously, the trade deadline is set Thursday after the scheduled All-Star game. The 2019 All-Star is set on February 15-17, which places the new trade deadline at least 10 days early.

Noted insiders like Jeffrey Breault believe that the idea this time is sound. Supposedly, the new deadline is set so that newly-traded players will not disrupt schedules and team practice.

The regular season ends on …

Guide to Emergency Funds

I'm Jeffrey Breault of Carey, Thomas, Hoover, and Breault. As a financial advisor, I can't stress enough how important it is to have an emergency fund.


There are times when you invest that it's inconvenient to pull out your investment. With time deposits, you could forfeit any interest you had coming. With stocks, you might get caught when prices are low. Even if you're trying to sell a piece of property, the timing might just not be right.


That's why, no matter how excited you are to make your money work for you, it's always a good idea to have emergency funds that you can draw from on a rainy day. I like to tell my clients to have different tiers of emergency funds. Tier 1


Always have at least two weeks of salary or $1,000 in cash (or in your savings or debit account). This will be quick cash that you can grab on the way to the hospital or evacuation center in case of an unforeseen event. If a pipe bursts at home or you forgot to pay the power bill, this fi…