Doing nothing vs. Doing something

You may have watched a conversation play out over social media this week on the topic of “quiet quitting,” the trend where employees choose not to go above and beyond at work, doing only the work they’re paid for and nothing more.

It certainly has a lot of people talking.

Regardless of where you stand on the issue, there’s no question that life offers us many challenges where we have the choice to:

  • Do something, or
  • Do nothing

If you’re facing such a challenge now in your financial strategy — like knowing whether to save or invest or which moves to make to lessen your tax burden next year — and have questions about when to act, let’s talk. Together we can help you choose the next right step that keeps you on the path to pursuing your long-term goals and vision.

The articles below have some useful info to further the conversation. It’s worth considering during this holiday weekend, no matter what you’re doing!

Enjoy, and have a happy Labor Day.

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