Believe it or not, I quite enjoy writing these personal articles. My days at U.S. Wealth Management as a Financial Planning Associate primarily deal with analysis, reporting, client communication (among other duties), however the personal article offers a much needed creative outlet. The main issue many of us struggle with when beginning the articles are finding good ideas to write about.
By: John P. Napolitano, CFP®, CPA, PFS, MST, Alex Weiss, CFP® Thomas Fletcher, CFP®, Jenn Kovalski and Tom Schulte
In honor of the Independence Holiday yesterday, many of us on the Nap Team got to enjoy a cook out, the beach, or spent our day off relaxing with friends and family.
By: Thomas Schulte
My father is poor with his hands. My father’s father was poor with his hands. My father’s, father’s father was a rural Kansas farmer, so it’s fair to assume he was at least somewhat skilled with his hands. In conclusion, when tasked with purchasing and moving a large sectional sofa into our small, second floor apartment last week, we ran into our fair share of problems…