Category Archives for "Behavioral Economics & Wellness"

Sep 18

3 Reasons Why We Worry About the Wrong Things

Once upon a time I often found some of the daily/nightly news to be interesting.  It was also my attempt to see another person’s view on various stories.  But over the course of time, I have noticed that everything is breaking news.  What is so earth-shattering about another Presidential tweet?  Even more so, I see […]

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Jan 16

Start Your 2018 Tax Planning Now

As anyone could imagine, the hottest topic in wealth planning right now is trying to decipher the impacts of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Of 2017.  I am currently working on a summary of the tax legislation which I will publish later this month.  But for now, I think that it is prudent to […]

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Dec 19

Investing in the Middle

Below is a very relevant Ted talk for this time of year which features a friend of mine Bill Kieffer.  Bill is someone who had a very successful military career and was able to transition that success into the business world specifically in Human Resources. While many people will be taking take time off over the next few […]

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Dec 03

Is It Worth Amazon Coming to Your City?

Seems like I have been writing something about Amazon every week.  Living in Metro Detroit, this one hits a little more home for me as Detroit is one of the cities who are currently trying to lure Amazon to build their 2nd headquarters.  While there are obviously lots of benefits to having a titan of […]

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Jan 20

What is means to be a Certified Financial Planner CFP®

I wanted to articulate in broad terms what some of the designations that I carry at TAMMA mean and how those may impact those who choose to work with TAMMA.  Not every financial advisor is a CFP® or RIA. And believe it or not, not all people in the financial industry are required to be […]

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