The Voting Process: Revisited (December 2016)

Eight years ago I published a newsletter titled The (Voting) Process.  It wasn’t about the Electoral College, campaigning or the politics of the time but rather about the arcane process at my local polling place. I discussed what seemed to …

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Lost or Found? (November 2017)

This is the third newsletter that I am writing as I sit in an airport delayed on my way back from Thanksgiving travels.  When the airline announced a flight delay, I had a decision to make. Would the delay end …

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I Don’t Golf (September 2016)

I don’t golf. That might seem like a strange opening for a blog post titled “Finance Matters”. Who cares whether I care to spend my Saturdays walking around swinging a golf club or not? But, there’s a point to be …

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Calling All Bankers (August 2016)

I am well known for talking with clients (and anyone who will listen) on the subject of how business owners can do a better job of working with their bankers. I’ve done a monthly newsletter and podcast on the subject …

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I Don’t Do Losses (July 2016)

Recently I was talking with a CPA about the legal structure of a client vis-à-vis tax related issues. First, let me say that I’m not a CPA and I rely on tax matter experts for both my own and all …

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Distill (June 2016)

Distill. Simplify. Refine. Condense. Reduce. Shrink. Edit. Summarize. Purify. Shorten. Abbreviate. Crystalize. These are all words which suggest reducing something to its simplest form.  I’m sure you can think of others.  Pick whichever one you like and post it on …

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