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Inc. recently published an article titled: “Warren Buffett Says 4 Choices in Life Separate the Doers From the Dreamer.” In that article, Warren Buffett tells us to: Pick your friends wisely. Go to bed a little smarter each day. Improve your communication skills. Say no.   These choices, as Buffett calls them, are wisdom. Most […]

First, let me say, I’m not a doctor. My opinions are simply my opinions. Even so, as a human being, I can ask questions and seek answers regarding our shared human experience. How should we grieve a loss, especially the loss of a loved one? There’s no single answer to that question. At https://www.helpguide.org/articles/grief/coping-with-grief-and-loss.htm, the writer says […]

The title of this new CMS approval is unnerving because it sounds like rationning. However, “the state has committed to maintaining coverage for eligible beneficiaries or state plan-covered services in place today.” Time will tell. https://www.cms.gov/newsroom/press-releases/cms-approves-innovative-tennessee-aggregate-cap-demonstration-prioritize-accountability-value-and

Anxiety over what you can’t control robs you of today’s happiness. If you truly believe God owns it all and that He will provide for your needs, then take a lesson from Paul as he wrote to Timothy: “But godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into the world, and we can […]

The short answer is “no.” Although the Department of Community Health takes a contrary position, Georgia law does not support their position, at least unless the legislature changes the law. O.C.G.A. § 33-25-11 Cash surrender value and proceeds of life insurance policies and annuity contracts not liable to attachment, garnishment, or legal process in favor […]

“Multiple nonprofits serving people with disabilities are receiving an unprecedented and unexpected influx of cash as part of a massive wave of donations from the billionaire ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.” See remainder of article at https://www.disabilityscoop.com/2021/01/04/amazon-billionaire-transformational-gifts-disability-nonprofits/29133/ Sign up for more news at https://www.disabilityscoop.com/  

There are many ways to approach financial planning and estate planning, but the one I believe in most is stewardship. Everything I own belongs to God, which means I should hold it with an open hand. That does not mean that everything God has given to me should be used for charity or for a […]

Recently it has become apparent that salesmen are attempting to lock individuals into long-term contracts for services that may or may not be useful in the future. As technology advances and competition increases, prices fall. Before you buy a long-term contract, review the product and review the litiature about the product to ensure that you’re […]

“Abuse happens every day and takes many forms. But vulnerable older Americans are among the easiest targets for this misconduct, especially those who are women, have disabilities and rely on others for care. By one estimate, elder abuse affects as much as ten percent of the population older than 60, and many cases go unreported – as many as 13 of every 14 […]

1. You can claim Social Security if you were born in 1959 or older2. You may not be eligible for Medicare 3. You should have at least a year’s worth of expenses in cash 4. You’ll need a withdrawal strategy for your savings Full article: https://www.fool.com/retirement/2020/12/06/retiring-in-2021-4-things-you-need-to-know/

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