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  1. 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,…

  2. Risk Avoidance

    Recently, I purchased a Nintendo Switch.  By no means am I a “gamer,” but I do enjoy playing games.  It’s actually great exercise for my fingers, which is a bonus because I’m always looking for creative ways to do physical therapy.  At $299, some may think it no big deal, but for me it was…

  3. The Tough Decision…Let’s Go Canes!

    When working with clients on cash flow management, we talk about making the tough decision.  I bring in the concept of Opportunity Cost, used by businesses to justify expenses today by showing the value they may bring tomorrow.  Simply, you’re comparing what you’re giving up (money) with what you’re gaining (maybe entertainment).  If the value…

  4. Advertising Appreciation

    My sister is doing a marketing seminar later this month and I have been her consultant on the subject.  As a business nerd I am interested in marketing because it is vital to the success of a business.  How would the consumer know a business existed without marketing?  Advertising allows us to learn about new…

  5. Government Shutdown

    When I graduated from college, it was tough finding a job.  It’s hard for everyone, but having a disability put me at a disadvantage.  I wasn’t discriminated against, but I can understand how a company may see me as a risky investment.  I was advised to seek employment in the Government because they were more…

  6. 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…

  7. Extra Expenses

    The “Millennial” generation is often the subject of many news stories. Most of these stories shine a less than favorable light on the generation and, while I agree with these stories to a point, sometimes I think the perspective we are given of the Millennial is unfair. I did some research and, yes, there are…

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