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What Do We Do With 5% Mortgage Rates?

 What Do We Do With 5% Mortgage Rates? We’re going to take a break from our leadership series to give you an update on what’s going on in the economy. Much has changed in recent weeks and we want to keep you updated on those changes and what you could do in light of […]

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Mere Leadership: Pacesetters and Teachers

 Mere Leadership: Pacesetters and Teachers Today’s podcast is Part II of a special series on leadership. I’m doing this special series because I believe that there are a host of people who have been asked to be leaders in organizations, but they don’t feel equipped to lead. So I’ll be sharing some material informed […]

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What it Takes to be a Leader

 What it Takes to be a Leader Today’s podcast is a special series that will be focused on the timeless topic of leadership. Are you a leader? Do you want to be a leader? Do you want to help those around you become better leaders? In my 20-year career, surveying the landscape of needs […]

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Energy Prices’ & Interest Rates’ Response to Conflict in Ukraine

Energy Prices’ & Interest Rates’ Response to Conflict in Ukraine Today we are going to be talking about some big developments in the energy sector, especially in light of the events in Ukraine. We are also going to be talking about the Fed’s job of trying to increase interest rates in this environment, and close […]

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What We Can Learn From Peloton, and the Newest Digital Currency

 What We Can Learn From Peloton, and the Newest Digital Currency Welcome back for another episode of “Money Matters.” Today we are going to take a look at a company that got ahead of itself during the pandemic, Peloton, and some recent news that they announced. We are also going to look at a […]

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Rising Mortgage Rates & The Child Tax Credit

Rising Mortgage Rates & The Child Tax Credit What’s going on with mortgage rates? Did you know that interest rates for mortgages have gone up? In some instances, it is increasing by .5% and in others as much as 1%. One of the reasons that interest rates are going up is that the Fed will […]

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The Great Pandemic Migration

The Great Pandemic Migration Where are all these people coming from? That’s what long term residence of Nashville have been saying for many years, and those comments have only accelerated since the pandemic. But Nashville is not the place in the country that has been the recipient of new residents. According to the latest National […]

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Predictions for 2022 and Their Value in Financial Decision Making

Predictions for 2022 and Their Value in Financial Decision Making People love to predict things. Whether it is a football game or a financial forecast, there is no shortage of guesses at what the future will bring. And that’s exactly what they are – guesses. It is true that some are educated guesses, and sometimes […]

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