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Krisan Marotta: Creating Family Memories
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When our children were young, we decided to budget for memory making. Birthdays, holiday celebrations and family vacations became our primary memory making tools. We invested in birthdays.

Kathleen M. Rehl: Helping Widows Move Forward on Their Own
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I recently established the “Moving Forward On Your Own,” charitable gift fund, which benefits widows and their families.

Green Gift$ for the Holiday Season ($ ?s)
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Q: I received a letter from a nonprofit organization to which I regularly donate suggesting I may be eligible for state tax credits. Can you please explain what this means?

Radio: The High Cost of Regulation
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David John Marotta was featured on WINA 1070’s Rob Schilling Show on December 14, 2011. The topic was the high cost of regulation, leaning libertarian, and the roots of David’s leaning libertarian.

What was Wrong with Tiny Tim?
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Other than Ebenezer Scrooge in Dickens’s story “A Christmas Carol,” Tiny Tim is certainly the most memorable character. Dickens used the boy in the story to soften the hearts of both Scrooge and his readers toward the worthy poor.

David John Marotta in NAPFA Planning Perspectives Nov/Dec 2011
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An article by David John Marotta on how to glean information from your IRS 1040 tax return was featured in the latest Nov/Dec 2011 issue of NAPFA Planning Perspectives.

Rich Dad, Rich Son, Rich Granddaughter
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George Marotta, also known as “Papa” to me, is quite a fount of wisdom and knowledge. In this post, I give you Papa Marotta and a little bit of wisdom I managed to get him to share on grandchildren.

$ ?s: The Gift that Keeps on Giving
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Q: We plan to use appreciated stock for charitable giving and are looking into using a Schwab Charitable Fund. Do you have any feedback on this strategy?

Jennifer Lazarus: Magnify the Impact of Our Money
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We’ve made contributing to microfinance a part of our annual charitable giving and in lieu of gifts to one another.

Scott Leonard: Purchase the Property Used for the Business
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The best money decision I have made is purchasing the property I use for my business. The advantages are far greater than those of owning vs. renting a home.

Economic Lessons from Farmville
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To interest me, a game must have a simple but thought-provoking premise that allows for deep strategy. I’d never played Farmville but decided to recently because the parent company, Zynga, is going public this Thursday, December 15, 2011.

Obama Care is Costing Americans $384 Billion More Each Year
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The “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” (PPACA), is misleadingly named. It has neither protected patients nor made healthcare more affordable.

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