Voyage Retirement Blog

Paradigm shifts (and how to keep up)

May 25, 2020

Life has changed; how do we adapt without losing sight of what we want to achieve? As you’ve heard me say before, no one knows how the future will play out, but we should still look ahead and think through the consequences of what’s happening. (More about this kind of second-order thinking ahead.) I believe…

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Weekly Covid Update: What the “new” normal could look like…

May 11, 2020

It’s been weeks since we shuttered the office and started working from home and, like many, I’m feeling the strain of upended life. How about you? Are you ready to venture out again? In this email, I thought I’d give you a rundown of some of the latest economic projections as well as a sneak…

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Weekly Covid-19 Update: What lessons will you take from this?

May 5, 2020

So much is unknown. Do we reopen or wait? Are we past the peak? Or just over the first summit of a mountain range? Are we safe yet? After weeks of restrictions, it’s easy to feel that we’re swirling in a maelstrom of uncertainty, helpless to make decisions when so much remains unknown and out…

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Weekly Covid-19 Update: V, W, L, or Swoosh?

April 28, 2020

Everyone you and I have ever met has been affected by the coronavirus. My childhood friends in New York, the folks I met in California, even the great Tom Hanks. It’s likely that every human on the planet has been affected by COVID-19. I’m not sure that this kind of event has ever happened before…

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Weekly Covid-19 Update & Practical Advice

April 23, 2020

Nerd alert ahead. Practical tips to follow. I think it’s safe to say that 2020 is not turning out like any of us expected or hoped. When difficult times are upon us, it’s the most human thing of all to wish it had all happened differently (or to someone else). There’s a quote that sums…

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March 2019

February 28, 2019

MARCH 2019 AROUND THE OFFICE Our own Courtney Casey & Ben Bliss travel down under. TAX UPDATES 2019 is already filled with changes, taxes are another one. MONEY SAVING TIPS How to vet a charity. PLANNING TIP The charitable contribution deduction. RECIPE OF THE MONTH Ginger Brownies   Outside of work, Voyage still views each…

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November 2018 Newsletter

November 13, 2018

NOVEMBER 2018 OPERATION: FIELD DAY A family-friendly event that also benefits Florida firefighters. ROBO PUP A NEW VIRTUAL COMPANION Meet Aibo – a new type of family pet. GIVE THE GIFT OF EXPERIENCE THIS HOLIDAY Things only last so long, but what about experiences? GIFTS FOR GRANDCHILDREN Think outside the box. RECIPE OF THE MONTH…

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Travel Ideas

October 29, 2018

Travelers Benefit from Industry Trends Many areas of the U.S. experienced sweltering heat throughout this past summer. As the seasons change, now is a great time to take a vacation and enjoy the cooler air. Plan to get away If you’re looking to avoid the crowds, consider locations not necessarily off the beaten path but…

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How Life Varies in Different States

October 22, 2018

Different strokes for different folks. One of the many advantages of living in the United States is there are so many different places to live. You can opt for the mountains or live by the sea. You can live in open country and rural farmlands, bustling cities or remote forested areas. Hot, cold or temperate…

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New Medical Research

October 15, 2018

Chemotherapy may be highly effective in treating cancer, but its side effects also can be a nightmare for patients. Medical researchers have long tried to determine how to successfully cure cancer without chemotherapy, and a recent study yielded some very positive results.1 In the largest-ever study on breast cancer treatment, funded by the National Cancer…

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