Generosity in All Seasons

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By Samantha Compton As a seasoned Financial Advisor, I am aware of the tangible financial benefits of generosity.  At tax time, those who give to charitable organizations are...

Celebrate the Holidays by Giving Back

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By Catherine Martinez The hustle and bustle of the holiday season have arrived! That means parties, shopping, and festive food. But while you're planning your schedule, don't forget...

Hanukkah: Lighting The World with Truth and Courage

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By Shannon Santschi Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is a Jewish holiday commemorating a miracle that happened about 164 B.C. in Jerusalem. The events surrounding the Hanukkah miracle...

Spice it Up this Fall with Herbs and Seasonings

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By Amber Pankonin One of my favorite things about fall is cooking and baking with classic fall flavors like cinnamon, allspice, cloves, nutmeg, and sage. Cooking and baking...

Thanksgiving Around the World

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By Sarah Wall Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and soon, homes across America will be filled with the scents of cinnamon and nutmeg in pumpkin pies, roasted...

Principles of Financial Planning Series: Protect the Income, Grow the Rest

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By Samantha Compton This month, I’m introducing the last principle in this series, Financial Principle #5: Protect the Income, Grow the Rest.  This principle will be most relevant...

How to pack the perfect picnic

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By Amber Pankonin With the one-year anniversary of Smart Women Smart Money magazine and the fact that we survived a pandemic, there are so many reasons to celebrate...

College Savings Month: Why Financial Education is Essential

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By Nebraska State Treasurer John Murante Financial wellness has become increasingly important for all Americans. In the wake of downturns, a global pandemic, and changes to work-based...

Remembering 9/11: Peg Creonte Shares About “The Innate Goodness of People”

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By Peg Creonte On the morning of September 11, 2001, I was home with our two young boys, just 4 and 5 years old and days away from...

A History and Celebration of Labor in America

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By Sarah Wall For many of us, Labor Day is an end-of-summer celebration. It’s an extra Monday away from the office filled with neighborhood barbeques and pool parties....
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