I’ve been in the corporate event marketing business for a little over 12 years now. It’s a fun industry to be part of. The thrill of a live event, being a part of a global product launch and traveling around the world can be very exciting.
That life can also be quite draining on your relationship with your family.
I’m writing this as I’m traveling on a week-long trip to Europe for a global sales opportunity. If we win this business, it could be a big deal for our company. But honestly, all I can think about is my family and how I can’t wait to go home.
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Hello Nicole. I’m not really dead.
Sorry about that spooky title.
But if I do die unexpectedly, I want you to give you and the kids a clear path to feel safe and well taken care of …
Hence why I’m writing this letter to you today …
The Warm Blanket of Life Insurance
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Investing for retirement … We all know how important it is. But where do we start?!
How much money do we need? Do we work with a broker? How do we make sure we’re investing correctly?
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My mother-in-law, my wife Nicole and I were standing in our kitchen the other day catching up on life. In conversation, Nicole brought up the fact that we’re one year away from paying off our mortgage and we’re excited to see what our life is like when we’re completely debt-free. Our plans for annual vacations with the kids, starting a business and saving more for retirement all came up.
My mother-in-law was very interested in our decision and asked:
“Don’t you need to keep your mortgage for the tax benefits?”
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