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  • The Toll of Our Modern World

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  • The Toll of Our Modern World

    It’s increasingly clear to all of us that our present “cultural moment” can take
    a toll on any person’s mind who isn’t vigilant. Constant connectedness to
    those who are (by their very vocation) incentivized to highlight change, chaos
    and fear is more dangerous than I believe we realize. There are so many negative
    voices out there, that if they are your sole informational “diet”, your state
    of mind will be seriously affected. Maybe this summer we should all go
    through our mental and emotional “inbox” and do some serious “unsubscribing”
    ...


    Which isn’t to say that there’s nothing to be concerned about for the direction
    of our country, and our state. But I simply want to suggest this for you—be
    on guard about how this media (and social media) cycle is affecting
    your mind. And filter accordingly. ESPECIALLY, if your confidence is being
    shaken, or you’re a business owner ... and you must make decisions that affect
    your bottom line. Make sure you have voices that are BUILDING you.


    Now, in terms of what we do around here in the “offseason”, we’re focusing
    on extended returns, amendments, and working with business owners & families
    with year-round concerns. If you are interested in finding out more
    about what we can do for you NOW—like pro-active tax planning to
    reduce your future taxes, give us a call (see the number below).
    And, of course, as you see below, we also would love to be a resource to your
    friends and neighbors, which is why we’re offering such a generous opportunity
    to them. Check out the articles here, but don’t forget to pass what is
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    Dennis Bridges | 06/08/2018