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  • Empowering Hoosiers to take on that promotion
    1/28/2021 For many, learning they earned a raise or promotion at work is news that calls for celebration. But for some, it could mean choosing between taking on a new opportunity or jeopardizing their families' financial assistance. I authored legislation to empower Hoosiers to take on these opportunities without worrying about losing certain benefits. 
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  • 1/23/2021 Some say – 2020 was bad, 2021 looks worse. Perhaps. They call themselves realists. But let us not be defeatists. From fiery beginnings through WWII’s hardest-bitten battles, defeating infiltrators to derailing socialism (on multiple occasions), America has rallied whenever freedom is at risk. In the end, optimism is what turns the dial, takes the next hill, changes everything. Keep it.
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  • 1/23/2021 With Social Security’s finances in the spotlight these days, especially since COVID-19 devastated the U.S. economy, there is no shortage of ideas for how to reform the Social Security System (SS) to restore it to financial solvency. Some proposals have originated in Congress (Social Security 2100 Act) and others have been floated by various “think tanks.” 
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  • Mayor Jensen on protecting city’s financial future
    1/13/2021 Noblesville has experienced significant growth over the past two decades and is well positioned to maintain its momentum going forward. However, facilitating this growth requires investment in upgraded infrastructure, additional housing options, and other capital improvement projects that will benefit the community. The recent and continued growth of our city creates exciting new opportunities but also begs the important questions of how do we pay for such projects in a responsible way? 
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  • Dining out (or carrying out) can make a difference
    1/12/2021 For some families, the COVID-19 pandemic has created added stress about work schedules, schooling and childcare. For others, the pandemic has turned their lives upside down.
    The worry the pandemic brings to a family is real. It impacts those who get the virus, their loved ones and the health care providers that work hard to support them.
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  • Save time and increase success by creating a garden calendar
    1/9/2021 Ringing in the New Year is filled with resolutions that usually involve dieting and exercise. Gardening is a great way to help accomplish those two resolutions, while also improving your mood, reducing blood pressure, managing anger, maintaining flexibility and much more. 
    So, gather anyone that shares in your gardening efforts and landscape projects. Grab a calendar and make some gardening plans for the year ahead. 
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  • 12/19/2020 By Alan Becker
    2020 has been a tough year for nearly everyone, and that may be especially true for retirees and those nearing retirement who suddenly are worried about whether their careful planning and years of saving could be upended by events beyond their control.
    After all, retirement is supposed to be a pleasurable and satisfying time when you kick back and enjoy the fruits of all those decades of labor.
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  • Grow frilly, bold and unique amaryllis indoors this winter
    11/28/2020 When squirrels are busy storing nuts for winter, it’s time for gardeners to start gathering amaryllis bulbs to sustain them through the dreary months ahead. Ordering now will ensure you have lots of choices, so you can select an assortment of different flowers styles, colors, and bloom times.
    The flowers of double amaryllis are packed full of petals and sure to brighten any day. 
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  • 11/14/2020 By Elena Stidham

    Earlier this week, Gov. Eric Holcomb issued an executive order to walk the state back from Stage 5 to more restrictive guidelines – based on the overall performance of each county.
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  • How giving back at holidays fits into your retirement plan 
    11/14/2020 When the holidays approach, Americans feel moved to open their wallets a little more to help the needy.
    And for retirees, that seasonal urge can fit neatly into their overall retirement plan – if they’re intentional about how they go about it.
    “Charitable giving is a frequently neglected area of financial planning, but it’s important for one’s financial health and spiritual and emotional well-being,” says Patrick Rush (www.patrickrushtfa.com), CEO of Triad Financial Advisors and the ForbesBooks author of Gain Big and Give Back: Financial Planning with Intention.
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