Thank You

December 26, 2023

12/26/2023 As the year draws to a close, there is a special magic in the air—a blend of twinkling lights, warm cocoa, and the joyous spirit of the year-end holidays. Amidst this enchantment, we find ourselves reflecting on the fulfilling…

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The Port of Greer, South Carolina

December 18, 2023

12/18/2023 Two of the most significant economic drivers for our region are the Ports of Savannah, GA, and Charleston, SC. These two locations are responsible for shipping and receiving billions upon billions of dollars of goods annually. If you take…

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“Eat More Chikin”

December 14, 2023

12/11/2023 I ate at a Chick-fil-A restaurant the other day and was surprised about the cost. The total tab for four came to $42. I am not known to frequent fast food establishments, but I do like Chick-fil-A’s Chicken Sandwich…

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“I Tried to Be Useful”

December 4, 2023

12/4/2023 Much has been written on the passing of Charlie Munger one month shy of his 100th birthday. He had served as Warren Buffett’s ‘side-kick’ since 1978. Munger was famous for his one-liners. When asked for a comment by Buffett at…

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Something More to Be Thankful For?

November 27, 2023

11/27/2023 I hope your Thanksgiving holiday was warm, safe, and bountiful. My wife and I were touched by the kindness of strangers over the holiday, especially the South Carolina State Patrolman who stopped us for traveling 66 mph in a…

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Giving Thanks

November 20, 2023

11/20/2023 Officially declared a national holiday by Abraham Lincoln in 1863, Thanksgiving’s roots in the United States go back to the early 1600s. The Pilgrims’ celebration of their harvest with the Wampanoag tribe in New England is often identified as…

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Life Beyond Earth?

November 13, 2023

11/13/2023 When I was 12 years old, the US sent the first person to the moon. I was enthralled with the space program and watching Neil Armstrong emerge from the lunar module to put the first human foot on the…

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Digital Security Reminders

November 6, 2023

11/6/2023 In an age where technological advancements are rapid and the internet is an integral part of daily life, the threat of cybercrimes continues to grow. Staying ahead of the attackers is an ongoing process that involves constant learning and…

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Government Debt Anxiety

October 30, 2023

10/30/2023 Our society is becoming more anxious. The pandemic made matters worse. Until recently, I believed I was not affected by the negative shift in mental health. Now, I must confess that is no longer true. I have developed two…

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Too Few Accountants?

October 23, 2023

10/23/2023 The extended period for filing 2022 tax returns ended last week. The last few days before the deadline were no doubt frantic for tax accountants across the country. To add to the work and anxiety, the last few years…

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