Current Market Volatility

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Current Market Volatility If you have watched the news recently, you have seen that the S&P 500 index plunged 4% last week, in the market’s most significant […]

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Offering Our Hidden Gifts

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Did you ever notice that some things in life come easy to some people but can be a real struggle for others? We often overlook […]

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2022 Important Tax Dates

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March 15 Federal tax filing deadline for S corporations April 18 Federal tax filing deadline for C corporations First quarter estimated tax payment due Federal […]

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Is it OK to Be Aspirational?

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Around New Year’s Day, many of us start looking at resolutions to help change our lives for the better. Most resolutions deal with our physical […]

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Every Pastor Needs a Retirement Plan

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We all know saving for the future is wise. Experience has taught us this. Last year was a real-life lesson on the importance of being […]

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Is “Opting Out” An Option?

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Over the past six years working at the Board of Retirement, I have had many discussions with ministers about opting out of Social Security. Some […]

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2021 Standard Mileage Rates Decrease

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued the 2021 optional standard mileage rates (Notice 2021-02). As in 2020, the IRS lowered the standard business mileage […]

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Your Financial Partner

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“And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him. Therefore […]

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Preparing for the Next Financial Crisis

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Remember what the world was like in 2019? Unemployment reached an all-time low, the economy was booming, businesses hadn’t been shut down due to a […]

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Creating Margin For Personal Ministry

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Is evangelism, outreach, and discipleship a priority for you? For your ministry? And, more importantly, as a believer? I’m confident for most churches and Christian […]

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