A new perspective from adversity

I returned early last week from an amazing trip with my son, David, and the Boy Scouts of Troop 132. We hiked Yellowstone National Park and part of the Continental Divide Trail (CDT). The CDT connects Mexico to Canada. We took all necessary precautions on our flights for COVID19, and I am happy to report…

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Politics and Personal Budgeting

Earlier this week, I was watching Bloomberg at about 5 AM, and a poll streamed across the board. The poll was in regards to safety and the Coronavirus, it stated that over 57% of Republicans believe we should open up businesses now and lift restrictions. The poll also stated that over 60% of Democrats believe…

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Freedoms We Take For Granted

A few days ago walking my dog Jack, I noticed a neighbor hanging an American flag. As I walked by and thought how nice that was to display patriotism, I noticed American flags hanging on about 5 houses on the block. As I attend Physical Therapy for my right foot, and relearn how to walk…

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Understanding the newest Tax Act from Congress

It seems that every year Congress gives us an impossible task. I am not talking about politics. I am talking about the newest tax law changes that will become effective next year. Major tax law changes that most people are unaware of seem to come out right around this time every year. It reminds me…

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Trump and Financial planning in Palm Beach Gardens Florida

After Hurricane Dorian left us and proceeded north, I asked my younger son David, to help me return the outdoor furniture we stored in our garage to the backyard. In the process of moving the furniture our Golden Retriever Jack ran outside. Now Jack is a very loyal 6-year old Golden Retriever who loves to…

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