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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

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Every time I say that N*Sync pops in my head. Either way, I want to wish you a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

All of the holidays that are celebrated this time of year are big on generosity, giving thanks, and spending time with family and friends. These things, after all, are the most important things of the holiday season.

I also know that the holidays can be a difficult time for some for a myriad of reasons. Whether it’s loss of family members, being upset by our financial situation, or just feeling like life keeps beating you down, I want to encourage you that you will pull through.

2020 is your year. Period.

As you consider what your financial goals are for 2020, I encourage you not to forget generosity—and not just financially. Tip a little extra, give through those red buckets to the Salvation Army, and hug your loved ones and friends a little tighter.

Give a little of yourself to those having a hard time no matter what they’re going through. Provide hope for those that need it. And believe that things will turn around for you—because they will.

I also encourage you to continue this theme of generosity and thankfulness throughout the entire year, rather than just through the holidays. If we consider each other and come together, there is nothing we can’t accomplish.

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Happy Holidays

So I want to wish you a very merry Christmas, happy holidays, and a very happy New Year. May your 2020 be a little bit more atypical than years past. I believe it will be.

Thanks for all that you are and all that you do. I look forward to continuing to provide you with valuable financial help in 2020 and beyond.

God bless. Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays.

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