July 12, 2024

Mental Health is a Thing

“Take a deep breath.” “Don’t sweat the small stuff.” “Money does not buy happiness.” While there is no lack of off-the-shelf, feel-good epitaphs we hear countless times, sometimes it is worthwhile to take pause in one’s life and consider whether we actually apply a positive mindset in our day-to-day lives.

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June 24, 2024

Progress, Not Perfection

Back in May 2023, I wrote about investing in a dog’s mental health. Here we are, more than a year later and I thought I’d catch you up on how my dog’s own recovery journey is coming along.

First, some context for what we are dealing with. Our dog, Loki, is leash reactive to other dogs, has stranger danger, and is overall anxious with the world outside.

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May 24, 2024

Tax Policy: The Next Political Battle

We’re in the midst of an election year that, according to polling, very few Americans are excited about. Those seeking relief from political debate will need to wait to the end of 2025 and perhaps beyond thanks to the expected political battle over the expiration of the 2017 Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA).

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May 24, 2024

Long-Term Care

Recently, we worked with a client with an aging mother living in the United States but who has health benefits in a different country. One of the client’s concerns was having to cover a potential health bill for his mother because the family would prefer she seek care in the United States rather than go back to her country to use her government issued health care.

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