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For Easy Tax-Advantaged Charitable Gifting, Consider This


For Easy Tax-Advantaged Charitable Gifting, Consider This Consider retirement accounts when making charitable gifts in life and/or at death. Creative thinking when making charitable gifts allows you to maximize your overall contribution to your favorite charity by making a tax-free contributing a tax-free portion on which your heirs would have owed taxes. Member/Contributor: Jennifer Noble - Connect with Jennifer! Get Involved with Plenteous Financial Forum

For Easy Tax-Advantaged Charitable Gifting, Consider This2023-07-05T07:51:10-04:00

Go At Your Own Pace


Go At Your Own Pace Do what is right for you - when you are ready. As a financial advisor to a person going through the shattering experience of losing the most important person in their life,  I consistently sense the surviving spouse's feeling of being overwhelmed with worry over missing steps, deadlines or dates. After all, in most cases, it is their first time being faced with the processes and changes that follow. They are always relieved to find out that, in most cases, they have plenty of time to take care of all of the tasks ahead. Often the [...]

Go At Your Own Pace2021-06-01T04:56:51-04:00

Choose the Right Credit Card for You


Choose the Right Credit Card for You With disciplined spending, the right credit card can provide significant benefits.  Choose the right one for you to reap the benefits! While there is a lot of bad press about the trouble people can get into with credit cards, they can be helpful in establish credit, defer expenses until due, adding convenience and providing benefits. It is those benefits I would like to discuss today. There is no single credit card that is the best for every individual, family and/or business. However, taking some time to consider a card's benefits, alongside it's associated cost [...]

Choose the Right Credit Card for You2023-07-04T22:42:43-04:00

Carefully Choose Real Foods


Carefully Choose Real Foods Making a choice in favor of cheaper processed foods, over real foods, could save you now and cost you later! Understand the true costs of real versus processed foods when deciding what to put in your grocery cart. A real food is a whole, single-ingredient food. It is mostly unprocessed, free of chemical additives, and rich in nutrients. It’s the type of food we, humans, ate exclusively for thousands of years. Real foods include fresh lean meats, fish, fruits and vegetables. While real foods are highly perishable items that can be costly to deliver to your plate, [...]

Carefully Choose Real Foods2023-07-04T22:43:13-04:00

The Power of Breath


The Power of Breath We need "the breath" to survive. But, "the breath" does far more than keep us alive.  Understand and use it to its fullest extent to reap the benefits! We can use "the breath" to: Bring mental clarity Energize ourselves Detoxify us physically and emotionally Boost the immune system Change our blood chemistry Reduce inflammation in the body Help overcome addictions Control and direct the mind Control and direct the emotions Bring calm and relaxation Target viruses and bacteria Member/Contributor: Kara Nicole Bitar - Connect with Kara! Get Involved with Plenteous Financial Forum [...]

The Power of Breath2021-04-05T16:09:16-04:00

Why Smile?


Why Smile? What's in a smile? It turns out a lot more than people realize! This small gesture of encouragement can produce big benefits for both of you. So, don't be shy. Smile! Smiling: a drug-free high. Smiling improves your mood. Smiling lowers blood pressure. Smiling boosts your immune system. Smiling is contagious. Smiling provides an instant face-lift. Member/Contributor: Barbara Zavela - Connect with Barbara! Get Involved with Plenteous Financial Forum

Why Smile?2021-03-24T13:27:36-04:00

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