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Should Mayfield Heights Parents Sacrifice Their Retirement for Their Children’s College Debt?

As Houston continues to recover from the devastation of Harvey, if you’ve been paying attention, you also have gotten a bit of a refresher on the greatness of humanity when pushed against the wall. Aside from the outpouring of financial assistance flying towards Houston, here is another short roundup of humans doing wonderful things: An […]

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Preparing a Disaster Plan In Mayfield Heights

All of our hearts are with Houston, and the areas surrounding that have been devastated in the past few days. It feels a bit like Katrina did, though the true measure of the disaster is still yet to be understood (as in New Orleans). What *is* clear is that many lives, businesses, and families have […]

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Summer Chaos, Total Eclipse and Campbell’s Key Reminders

How was your TOTAL ECLIPSE experience? Did you get to see the totality? Did you travel for it? Would love to hear about your experience. Well, the world is still standing, even after all of the chaos that we’ve been experiencing as a nation. Social media remains an extremely divided (and divisive) place right now […]

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Campbell’s Key Reminders for the Chaos in Charlottesville, Politics and Abroad

Open (and evil) racial violence in Charlottesville. Political turmoil all over Washington. An ever-inflating stock market. War drums from North Korea. TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE. Every summer, it seems we hit a point in which it feels like everything is fraying at the edges and we’re in danger of falling apart. Not only do we seem […]

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Building a Better Personal Network In Mayfield Heights

We work a great deal with asset sheets and financial numbers for our Mayfield Heights clients. We’re always on the hunt for ways that we can minimize tax burdens and be strategic about every available resource on behalf of the Mayfield Heights families and people we serve. But what is becoming increasingly clear in this […]

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Why You Should Create A Tax Planning Strategy With A Mayfield Heights Professional’s Help

Sometimes the best stories are the old ones. Variations of this yarn have floated around the culture for some years now, but in my opinion, that’s because the lesson from it is so instructive. And I’ll admit from the jump, that it’s self-serving to some extent. Because in the age of AI, point-and-click software and […]

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Training Your Heart For Good Financial Stewardship In Mayfield Heights

Working with my Mayfield Heights clients’ finances over the years has given me a bit of a crash course in human behavior. Often, I’m floored by the generosity I see displayed by many clients — even those without significant means. Other times … well, I think that we all could use the reminder that our […]

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A Basic Mid-Year Tax Planning Method for Mayfield Heights Taxpayers

Well, we are right in the thick of summer. It’s hot. It’s also tempting to just sit back and hit the cruise control for the next 6 weeks or so, and do nothing different, make no changes, plan no plans. Like many, you’re probably averting your eyes from the national political scene — because whichever […]

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Smart Planning for Financial Independence in Mayfield Heights

I have more to say about financial independence today (since I received some great feedback the last time I wrote about it). But before I get there, I’d like to speak some encouragement to you. A few people in Mayfield Heights wrote me saying that they were feeling pretty dispirited about their personal situation … and that […]

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Four Keys to Achieving Financial Freedom by Jeffrey Campbell

I truly hope you enjoyed your Independence Day festivities. Perhaps you’re still enjoying them? Interestingly, did you know that the Declaration of Independence was actually approved on July 2nd, and most of the delegates didn’t sign it until August 2nd? While John Adams expected Americans would celebrate July 2, the date on the published copies of the […]

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