What do YOU want to hear about?

Paul Morrone |

One of the many processes we go through regularly in our office is what to write about in our weekly blog/newsletter. We go through a mental exercise with each newsletter that is written. There are so many life and business events to draw from to write about. That is what our research is based upon, what has affected one of us or what is of interest to one of us that we in turn hope is of interest to you. That is what the weekly newsletter is all about. It is not about us, it is all about YOU!

We will continue to draw from our experiences in both our personal and professional lives that provide us with plenty of topics to write about. Many of you have commented on any one of our numerous newsletters about how you enjoyed it for whatever reason. We have also had some critical comments on topics as well. Our path going forward will be to avoid such topics as politics and religion as those can be sensitive to people. Your feedback is welcome and is integral variable in modifying what we do and how we do it. Listening to your feedback is one of the many steps we take to continue to provide an elevated level of service. As I said previously, the newsletter is to provide content about what is important and of interest to you.

Therefore, we are requesting your feedback on what you want to hear about. We will keep track of all suggestions and will make every effort to address each one. We will keep all requests anonymous to maintain confidentially. To be clear, we are not trying to be lazy because we do not want to come up with topics. We want to be sure that the topics we write about are relevant to what you want to hear about and not what we think you want to read about. Be open minded with your suggestions as there are no right topics. Chances are that your topic may be of interest to others as well. We have attempted to stay away from technical topics because they might not be fun to read…we have tried to keep it fun and interesting. Granted, any technical question should be addressed directly to our office so we can answer the specifics of your question so it is relevant to your situation and not meant to be a generalized answer. Answering specific technical questions is just one of the many ways that we tailor strategies to manage your financial future.

So put your thinking caps on and let us know what you would like to hear about?

Until the Next Tom’s Take…