Welcome to the New Year
Welcome to the New Year, everyone. I hope we all had an amazing 2021… Maybe just an “OK” 2021? We have the future to look forward to no matter what kind of 2021 we had.
I want to start this year by saying thank you to those who donated to our December Charitable Challenge. It means the world to support the organizations I listed last month. Please keep in mind that these organizations will accept donations any time of the year. If you find yourself interested in donating later on, feel free to send in a contribution at any time. Turning your attention towards these organizations, even for a moment, makes a difference. You never know who may need the service these organizations provide - or who may know someone that does. Spreading the word that there is support for topics such as domestic violence, troubled youth, veterans, and special needs is its own gift. I am glad we could spend the end of 2021 giving it. Here are the links one more time in case anyone feels compelled to donate this year:
Donate to Cobblestone Art Center
Donate to Veterans Outreach Center
As we enter 2022, we will enter a new year with some old problems. Hopefully, we all find financial happiness via the patient, long-term financial plans we’re settling into, but there’s bound to be some hiccups along the way. One particular hiccup seems to be as popular as ever…
Inflation is back, and it’s demanding our attention - again. As often as we try to cover our eyes and ears, the noise is not giving up. I want 2022 to be as peaceful as possible, which is why I will be spending the rest of this month going through inflation in the present, in the past, and in regards to our portfolios.
The media makes it difficult for us to focus on anything else, but as your favorite financial advisor, I’m here to fight back the bushfire of buzzwords and headlines. It won’t be an easy battle, but I’m happy to have you on my side as it goes. Thank you, again, for a year filled with loyal listeners, and here’s to another year of earning, learning, and doing anything but taking advice from what’s on TV.
See you next week