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  1. The Education Investment

    Congratulations to the USA Women for winning their 4th World Cup!  As in all sports we have to remember that athletic careers are usually short.  Recently, I read Tim Howard’s biography, The Keeper, as I’m partial to goalies after playing the position in wheelchair hockey.  In the book, Howard explained how his career was “front-loaded,”…

  2. In God We Trust

    It seems today there is always a protest about something on television.  I try to keep an open mind to see all perspectives and, while I agree with some protests, there are others I just don’t understand.  One thing I know for sure is that we’re extremely fortunate to live in the United States.  Sure,…

  3. Playing Not to Lose

    I have always been competitive, which led to life-long love of sports.  I enjoy watching athletes develop into amazing teams.  Of course, coaches and front office staff have to manage expectations of players and fans, but every athlete has the internal desire to be the best and to win.  That fire inside helps athletes achieve…

  4. The Greatest Gift

    I wrote on this subject for my Buzz Around Wayne County article, but I wanted to add to it because I am only allowed 250 words with the paper.  You can see the original article on my social media pages.  The Holiday Season brings a great question: Instead of buying every object our children want…

  5. The Millennial vs. The Account Minimum

    “I would work with you, but my finances are a mess and I don’t have enough money to plan with.”  I actually think people in this situation are exactly who need the services of a financial planner.  I believe that at its core, financial planning is about building a future, not just managing assets.  If…

  6. For Immediate Release

    Recently, I became a CFP® Professional. There are templates for press releases on the CFP® Board website, so that new recipients can inform their community of the accomplishment. While I appreciate the template and will quote some of it, I started my practice to be different from the others and that means I have to…

  7. Zero to One

    Recently, I read Peter Thiel’s book, Zero to One. I definitely recommend it to anyone interested in business and entrepreneurship, but, as I was reading, I found that it also related to personal financial planning. Thiel is a well-respected venture capitalist and one of the first investors in Facebook. Zero to One was based on…

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