Testing 1, 2, 3

It’s challenging to turn on the TV or browse the internet without being subjected to COVID-19 news overload. Long story short, we’re currently vacationing in Maine this week, but we needed to have a COVID test 72 hours prior to arrival in compliance with their current travel restrictions. What seemed like a relatively easy task turned into quite an ordeal. COVID testing sites are available all over MA. However, if you’re getting tested for travel purposes, your options shrink considerably. Many of the testing sites do not have the rapid response function and must send the sample out for processing, which is supposed to take 2-5 days, but are currently taking anywhere from 5-7+ days. My first word of advice is to
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Great Wolf What

By: Alex Weiss, CFP®

And just like that, another year is officially in the books. 2018 was a fun and exciting year and so far 2019 is off to a great start. To the delight of my mother (and mother-in-law) I have been able to answer ‘yes’ to 2018’s most frequently asked question: “are you still married?” If you ask me, I think I aced my first full year of marriage… but my question to people reading is: why does everyone ask!? Am I doing something wrong?

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The Disney Experience

By: Alexander G. Weiss, CFP®

I was fortunate enough to spend this past week at Walt Disney World in Florida. We went with Ashley’s family which included her parents and her brother’s family (him, his wife and three kids). This was a different type of vacation then I am used to as we did not sit on the beach and drink umbrella drinks, but I wouldn’t have changed it for anything!

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The Best Round of Golf

By: John P. Napolitano, CFP®, CPA, PFS, MST

A great round of golf can be caused by many things. Good company, good weather, a manicured course and a good pace of play make being on the golf course one of the best possible uses of time to me. For some, scoring enters the criteria for a great round of golf. But for me, if I made scoring one of the criteria for a great day on the course I’d be disappointed at least half of the time.

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Labor Day

By: Alexander G. Weiss, CFP®

It seems to me that everyone pegs Labor Day as the end of summer. According to Google, the last day of summer is Saturday, September 22nd which means we still have long days and warm weather ahead. As the summer nears to a close, I want to fill up the calendar with as many outdoor activities as possible. Fortunately, last weekend was filled with them.  

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