Thought for the week: All of your talents and opportunities come from God. Give him the thanks and give him the glory. Remember the appropriate moment to praise God is always this one.
As I walked by Kenrose Elementary School and Ravenwood High School Monday afternoon and saw children sledding down the hills, memories of my own children — bundled up while going up and down the hill again and again — flooded my mind.
If you’re in a blended family, you’re already aware of the emotional and financial issues involved in your daily life. But what about the future?
A young man who works at the same place I do — he’s probably 23 or 24 years old — called me a boomer the other day and was roundly applauded by a couple of his cohorts who witnessed our encounter.
Thought for the week: The best rule for making and keeping friends is, not surprisingly, the golden rule. To have good friends, be a good friend.
While the coronavirus continues to keep us masked up and our communities shut down, another epidemic has hit a large swath of our population. And like COVID-19, it targets older individuals at a much higher rate, although no one is immune.
While Christmas gloriously capped off a truly awful year, we learned that the misery of 2020 was not through with us when the mind-boggling explosion on Second Avenue in Nashville occurred, on Christmas morning no less.
One of the most challenging situations that I run into in my financial advisory practice is advising someone who suddenly comes into a large sum of money.