Weekly Notables

from the Desk of Brian Bickett, CFP®

for the Week of March 06, 2019

Doing the work…

This week’s notable finance article helps raise awareness of the financial impact of potential emergencies.  I can not overemphasize the benefits of recognizing your fears and goals and developing a strategy to address them.  Many of the common fears, such as the emergencies listed in the article, are on the list of things we either have little or no control over.  Having a plan of how to handle them if and when they show up in our lives allows us to no longer be fearful of them and instead focus on living in and for today.

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— Brian

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The Financial Cost of 8 Typical Emergencies

In a what will be surprising for many look at the financial impact of common emergencies, this article should help raise awareness of the importance of having access to liquid funds and understanding the limits on your home and auto insurance coverages.

11 Off-the-Wall Motorcycle Laws for 2019

A lighter view about both old and new, umm, interesting motorcycle related laws on the books.  Take No 11 for example – In Tennessee (yes it’s land-locked) it is legal to hunt whales from a moving car or motorcycle.

Where’s Brian?

Preparations are stepping up for the upcoming Black Hills Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet

Additional Articles You May Find Interesting

Summary of the 2019 Social Security Trustees’ Report

Summary of the 2019 Social Security Trustees' Report   Article written by Brian Bickett Earlier than in the past, the Social Security Board of Trustees released their annual report at the end of April this year.  The report for 2018 spans 270 pages that go...

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The Purpose of Life Insurance

Article written by Brian Bickett Do I have enough life insurance?  It’s a simple question with a simple answer.  However getting from the question to the answer requires a bit of exploration.  And that exploration always begins with “Can you tell me why...

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Why Get Financial Advice from This Motorcycle Rider?

Why Get Financial Advice from This Motorcycle Rider?  Article written by Brian Bickett Earlier in my career, I worked as a fee-based financial advisor.  This meant that I got paid to give advice AND got paid commissions for suggesting my clients buy certain...

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