Archive | February, 2014

Happy Days Are Here Again…

Share List What a difference a couple of years made — from challenging times in Europe to the plummet in domestic home values to unemployment approaching double digits. The economic recovery in the U.S. may have been slow, but it has hardly been nonexistent. As we gaze into the crystal ball for 2014, the typical […]

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Long-term Goals

Share List One of the hallmarks of contemporary society is that we want everything right now. We can communicate 24/7 via text, phone, email, tweets and posts and wouldn’t dream of driving on a long trip without a fully charged phone. Remember when cars used to break down on the side of the road and […]

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What’s Ahead for 2014?

Share List The usual pundits and prognosticators are at it again — making all sorts of predictions and observations about how this next year will play out. For starters, the New Year will get a little darker. That’s because manufacturers will cease making 40- and 60-watt incandescent bulbs, having already phased out the production of […]

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Win/Loss Columns: An Exciting End to 2013

Share List Well, perhaps we missed the excitement of yet another year-end cliffhanger like we had in 2012. This year, Congress got it together long enough to recess with a budget deal ready for the president’s signature. The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013 was initiated by dealmakers Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., and Rep. Paul Ryan, […]

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Win/Loss Columns: An Exciting End to 2013

Share List Well, perhaps we missed the excitement of yet another year-end cliffhanger like we had in 2012. This year, Congress got it together long enough to recess with a budget deal ready for the president’s signature. The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013 was initiated by dealmakers Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., and Rep. Paul Ryan, […]

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