The “T” in TGIF

T = THANKS. TGIF stands for “Thank God It’s Friday.” I cannot proceed without saying a truly heartfelt THANKS to all of my clients, friends and readers who inquired as to mine and my husband’s well-being prior to and amidst Hurricane Florence. It blew me away (no pun intended) to know that so many people were thinking enough of me to call, email or text all weekend long to know that we were OK!

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Mindset Scorecard

If it is “TGIF” that is a good thing. Let’s have a little fun here.

What is your current mindset, financially?

If that is a difficult question to answer right way – or even if not – check out a useful tool: “The Retirement Mindset Scorecard.” Even if retirement is not your primary concern today, the Scorecard is still relevant and helpful!

There are 8 categories to Financial Mindset, as we see it:Retirement Mindset Scorecard

  • VISION
  • PREPAREDNESS
  • AWARENESS
  • KNOWLEDGE
  • PROTECTIONS
  • SUPPORT STRUCTURE
  • HEALTH AND WELLNESS
  • GUIDANCE

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One Way To Be Unselfish

This edition is dedicated to the loving memory of my father-in-law, Mickey Debbs.

Lots of things in life are learned or really hammered home only during or after a sad event. While there are still lots of lessons learned amidst happy times.

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Recently I experienced the tremendously sad and sudden passing of my father-in-law. Note the word “sudden.”  Most of us say out loud regarding death, “I want to go fast!” Or, “I don’t want a long and drawn out death.” But really, we have no idea. What if it is sudden?

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