AFFILIATE OF AMERICA’S 8TH LARGEST CHARITY FACILITATING OVER $12 BILLION IN GIVER CONTRIBUTIONS EDUCATES FINANCIAL PLANNERS IN CE ACCREDITED CONFERENCE This conference offers very relevant and new ideas on how to make an impact in clients’ lives. This is a great way to learn concepts that are not merely academic, but powerful.”— B. Don Snyder, MBA, CFP, CKATAMPA, FL, UNITED STATES, September 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- TAMPA, Fla., September 26th, 2018 —The National Christian Foundation Tampa Bay—an affiliate of the National Christian Foundation (NCF), the 8th largest charity in the United States with over $12 Billion dollars of charitable gift contribution experience—welcomes all financial advisors, planners, CPAs, Attorneys, and Development Officers to attend the 6th Annual Plan to Give Conference. The event will be at the Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club on Wednesday, November 7th from 7:30am to 11:45am, will feature nationally renowned … [Read more...] about NATIONAL CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION TAMPA BAY INVITES YOU TO THE 6TH ANNUAL PLAN TO GIVE CONFERENCE
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I’m often intrigued by how outsiders view our area. What kind of companies want to move here? Do they see potential or peril? Do corporate leaders think it’s a place where employees would want to live or just visit and go home with a tan? That’s why I looked forward to my conversation Friday with Wes Moss. The certified financial planner is so bullish on Tampa Bay that his Atlanta-based firm has put down roots.Capital Investment Advisors dabbled in our area for about three years, assessing the likelihood of success in a market with its share of financial advisors, from boutique firms to industry heavyweights like Morgan Stanley and BNY Melon.MORE BUSINESS: Why St. Petersburg should say yes to a 50-story condo tower.The firm liked what it saw. In December, it signed a long-term lease in Rocky Point, its first brick and mortar office outside Atlanta. What’s the attraction? Moss pointed to the vibrant economy and steady stream of retirees, many of whom need … [Read more...] about Capital Investment Advisors’ Wes Moss is bullish on the Tampa Bay area.
After devoting his life to football, Simeon Rice always pictured a grand sendoff from the NFL. He remembers Hall of Famer Reggie White taking a victory lap around Lambeau Field in his final game as a Packer in 1998. Rice wanted that recognition. He wanted that celebration. He wanted that closure. But it almost never works out that way. Football is a cruel game, and so few players actually get that satisfaction. Instead, Rice had his labrum muscle torn from the bone in 2006. He only played eight games before the Tampa Bay Bucs - the team with which he won a Super Bowl in 2002 - released him in the offseason. He played eight games the next season for two teams, then was forced to walk away. "It's one of those unceremonious things. It just happens. You just kind of disappear, fade to black," Rice told the Daily News. "And when you're fading to black, it's a very depressing time." Unlike many of his peers, though, Rice was able to redirect. After overcoming the depression that … [Read more...] about Former NFL star Simeon Rice finds new career as filmmaker with release of ‘Unsullied’
Billy Blitzer looked out at the Wrigley Field warning track, felt a surge of excitement and tried to catch his breath. It was a warm autumn evening last October, and more than 42,000 fans were buzzing with nervous tension as the Chicago Cubs prepared to host the hated St. Louis Cardinals in Game 3 of the National League division series. Theo Epstein, the Cubs’ president of baseball operations, had ordered all of the organization’s scouts to Chicago, though no one knew why. “What’s going on?” they asked one another before the game, as a staffer told them to gather under the right-field bleachers. Blitzer, whose 33 years of service made him the Cubs’ longest-tenured scout, had flown in from his home in Brooklyn, even though he was just two months removed from major surgery. The balding, 62-year-old baseball lifer was already jittery when the staffer boomed, “Billy Blitzer to the front.” Epstein wanted the fans to see the people … [Read more...] about For the Cubs’ ailing longtime scout Billy Blitzer, it might be now or never to win a World Series ring
"In our early 20s we don't always make the best decisions. For most of us, those decisions aren't catastrophic," said Ryan Wibberley, CEO of CIC Wealth in Rockville, Maryland. For players in the National Football League, it's a different story. "It's very common to spend recklessly," said former NFL tight end Steve Maneri. "It's really hard as a young athlete; you don't really understand the value of a dollar." For that reason, nearly 80 percent of retired NFL players go broke in their first two years out of the league, according to Sports Illustrated. Mario Henry was one of them. "I wasn't a marquee player, I was let go before my third year so I didn't qualify for a pension. Guys like me go in and out," he said. "I spent two … [Read more...] about How these ex-NFL stars avoided the pitfalls of being young and rich