The calendar changed to August, and if 2020 were a typical year, then back to school surge would be about to begin. In many locals, it already has the option for in-class or online classes. It is a valid al la carte’ choice that each family has made.
Yet, despite this ongoing pandemic, there is a back to school that might just be missing in your life.
In your professional career, the answer can be as short as a month, and as long as a year.
Was this a typical summer the buzz of going back to school would be in full force as the calendar is about to turn to August.
We all know that nothing about 2020 has been routine and to schedule. Despite this ongoing interruption, there is one aspect that remains consistent.
Every day we all grow another day older.
It is time for your Summer Financial Checkup
Before reading this week’s blog, please read the following out loud slowly.
THE IRS DOES NOT SEND EMAILS TO TAXPAYERS NOR WILL THEY CALL YOU AND HAVE YOU VERIFY YOUR IDENTITY OR ASK YOU TO PAY YOUR TAX OWED WITH iTunes Gift Cards.
In the time of COVID, we are all doing more online. It is easy, simple all you have to do is click. The hackers know this, and they are working overtime to steal your identity and your money.
WAS THERE A FULL MOON MONDAY?
Good Things Come In Threes – has a definite positive connotation. From fairytales to Hollywood blockbusters, “the rule of three” (Latin-“Omne trium perfectum”) principle suggests things that come in threes are inherently more humorous, satisfying and practical than any other number of items.
The first Good Thing you probably noticed when you received the email or have been on our Facebook or LinkedIn pages is that we have updated our logo and branding.
America turns 244 years on Saturday. But like a lot of us who have become a year older recently, the celebration and the pop of fireworks will be more muted than in previous years.
Locally cities are mostly skipping their traditional holiday parades, festivals, and concerts. Family cookouts may feature fewer people.
AAA says Americans will take roughly 700 million trips this 4th of July holiday, estimating 97 percent of those to be road trips.
2020’s estimated travel a significantly lower number of travelers than AAA has forecast for the 4th of July in many years. Still, it shows that many are making travel plans again during the coronavirus pandemic, just making different plans.