Temperatures and leaves are falling here in the Midwest as Autumn arrives. There is something about the 'back to school' mentality after Labor Day that no matter how many years it has been since we were in school, I get excited. The end goal, graduation would be when things really got good.
It is like my apple trees...the applesauce I made over Labor Day weekend was well worth the effort to care for those trees. My family and I get to enjoy the gifts of the harvest for as long as they last. The truth is at IZALE education is the main approach we embrace to serve our clients best, for it is what helps to make decisions that last. We engage and guide our clients to make wise and effective choices for their future planning and profit. Our goal is for them to be able to enjoy the harvest from their career efforts for as long as they will last.
In this eNews Taylor Advisors one of our trusted sources of financial news shares an article on the FDIC and Cap Rates. This summer the DCUC (Defense Credit Union Council) for credit unions who serve our military and their families was in Chicago for their annual gathering. One of our team, my brother Chris, is retired military so it is near and dear to serve these folks. Drawing from my breakout session at the DCUC, I'm sharing my insights on executive and retirement benefits for credit unions which, not surprisingly, are almost the same for banks.
||Labor Day Weekend Fun with the CEO of IZALE
All of us at IZALE look forward to helping you as the year
slide into the holiday season before we are ready. For some of us football, autumn foliage, and enjoyi
ng our garden's harvest can make this a favorite time of year. Speaking for my
elite team, we love what we do so any time of year, is a good time for us!
Let us know if we can educate you and your people. We make learning fun!
Scott Richardson, Brenda Haag, Bruce Barge, Chris Richardson, Deb Hardimon, Fannie Mae Pantaleon, Gary Wilberg, Jeff Prescher, Joe Tripalin, Patrick Costello and Phil Aderton