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As a member of the FSG fee-only financial planning team, Justin Moilanen is an avid reader and content consumer. He’s always on the prowl for content that our clients and visitors might find useful, informative, entertaining, or enlightening. Some of the pieces are directly related to retirement planning, tax strategies, estate planning or other financial topics. Some of the pieces are not, but nonetheless engaging. Each month, he shares a few of his ideas with our Financial Service Group clients and friends through various media outlets. Here are Justin’s top picks for August, 2016. Watch.Listen.Read. and enjoy!
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“There’s battle lines being drawn. Nobody’s right if everybody’s wrong.”
“Every morning, I find myself a different person. I’m always a mystery to myself. If I knew in the first hours of the morning, what I’m going to do, what is going to happen, what attitude or decision should I take, I think my life would be deadly boring because, well, what makes life interesting is the unknown. It is the risks that we take every single moment of a single day.”
“When swimmer Joseph Schooling edged out Michael Phelps and a tight field in the 100-meter butterfly event on Friday night, he became the first athlete from Singapore to win a gold medal — and he will be the first to earn the country’s $753,000 gold-medal bonus.”
What does Brexit mean and what will happen now? The process won’t even get underway until at least the end of the year.Continue reading
Justin picks his favorite things to Watch.Listen.Read for the month of July.Continue reading
To say the least, Brexit, the U.K.’s recent vote to exit the European Union, has thrown the financial markets and more into a turmoil.Continue reading