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Beginners Guide to Charitable Giving With Impact

By Greg Hammond, CFP®, CPA The most effective and rewarding philanthropy—to the giver and to society—comes when giving is an extension of your values, interests, and goals. Expressing yourself through generosity that reflects personal and emotional relevance can excite you in a way that no obligatory gift ever will. In turn, this leads you to invest even greater amounts of your time and talent in seeking solutions fo
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Your Wealth – Are You a Good Steward?

When we think of the concept of good stewardship, many of us tie it to our faith, whatever our belief system may be.  We come to believe that our money and possessions aren’t really ours. Rather it is all God’s, or it is all part of the greater ethos of the universe, or whatever your beliefs might dictate.  We are taught that our role is to be good stewards of what has been entrusted to us for the benefit of others. 
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The Butterfly Effect

It was the flutter of a wing felt around the world. In 1963, Edward Lorenz presented his hypothesis about the “butterfly effect” to the New York Academy of Science.  A butterfly could flap its wings on one side of the world and set molecules of air in motion,which could then move other molecules of air.  The cumulative effect had the potential to create a hurricane on the other side of the world.
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