A Note of Thanks
First off, I hope that you will forgive me if this week’s blog is a little shorter than usual. I know that no one wants to work this week, but I can only provide so much for you to read while making it look like you are diligently attending to your tasks.
(Or maybe my urge to not work that much is showing.)
During this week when we take time to be mindful of what we are thankful for, though, I wanted to take the opportunity to thank my clients for the trust they show in letting us handle some sensitive pats of their lives. And during this larger time when so much feels in flux, especially when it comes to the tax world, I am even more reminded of how thankful I am for that.
I mean, this is a time when so many are wondering, both optimistically and pessimistically, about what their future financial picture will look like. And like everyone else in the world, I am not able to give anyone concrete answers. We can make some good guesses, but even those vary widely.
So to continue to maintain that high level of trust in times of uncertainty is heartening.
We will eventually have answers, and when we do, we will continue to do what we do together, and in many cases have been doing together for a number of years.
When one is lucky enough to have such relationships, it is impossible to not be thankful. And I also thank you for the opportunity to have given me the chance to express that here.
And if you still need to kill more time – Thanksgiving humor from Reader’s Digest.
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