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Primary Solutions for Managing Concentrated Stock Positions

In today’s world, it’s not unusual for an individual’s or family's wealth to be the result of one or two concentrated stocks having done particularly well throughout a lifetime. Executives and lifelong employees typically amass these sizeable positions via employee compensation (restricted stock, stock options, etc.), employee stock purchase plans, and IPOs. Additionally, family members of these individuals may have been gifted stock over the years, or may have inherited stock upon the death of parents, grandparents or other relatives. Despite these positions providing individuals and families with the aforementioned prosperity, concentrated positions also carry with them tremendous risks, some of which can deflate a portfolio in little or no time (think Enron or Lehman Brothers).
Wed, Oct 16, 2019

Open Enrollment & the Women's Soccer World Cup

The recent U.S. Women’s Soccer World Cup was certainly a moment that the players and the fans will never forget. Often, the passion of a fan can take over and they will celebrate a goal with just as much gusto as a player. While football (i.e. soccer) fans and players are not employed by the same company, if they were, they would be grouped together for purposes of life and disability insurance. This would hardly seem fair to the athletes, and yet that is what happens to some employees when it comes to their employee benefits.
Wed, Oct 16, 2019

An Eye for Answers No One Else Can See

Celebrating 30 years specializing in diagnostic imaging and reading more than a million scans, Stephen J. Pomeranz, M.D., is as devoted to interpreting an MRI today as he was when he and his wife, Penny Kereiakes Pomeranz, founded ProScan Imaging. In fact, the more challenging and “scratch-your-head” rare the case, the better.
Wed, Oct 16, 2019

New Leadership at Art Academy of Cincinnati

As a boy in Baltimore, Joe Girandola learned about form and function by disassembling toasters, washing machines and dishwashers, marveling at the materials and the way they worked together and then reassembling these objects. His parents sanctioned that precarious practice, insisting only that he journal each step in the process to document his understanding and create guidance for that all-important reassembly finale.
Wed, Oct 16, 2019

Meet the Bengals’ Spiritual Signal Caller

An average week for LaMorris Crawford is not unlike that of any other preacher. He performs chapel services, baptisms and weddings, conducts marriage counseling, Bible studies and prayer groups. It’s just that his “church” is in the locker rooms and practice fields at Paul Brown Stadium and in the homes of Cincinnati Bengals players.
Wed, Oct 16, 2019

Something for Everyone

This fall, to build a different culture into the store, Stafford Jewelers, a Cincinnati-based, family-owned business, is introducing several big designer brands. For instance, Nanis is a unique line from Italy – all hand-etched, 18-karat yellow gold pieces.
Wed, Oct 16, 2019

2019 OHIOana Library's 90th Anniversary Event

The OHIOana Library celebrates its 90th Anniversary at the Cincinnati Club on September 22nd, 2019.
Mon, Oct 14, 2019

Step into a New Season of Self-Confidence

Summer has once again melted away and busy school routines are falling into place. Rest assured, however, that the services offered at Dermatology and Skin Care Associates in Mason are far from routine. The staff is enthusiastic about bringing realistic, mildly invasive options to busy parents. Practical, affordable, and beautiful results with minimal downtime are precisely what is wanted and needed.
Fri, Oct 11, 2019

Pella Windows Event Gallery

Introducing The Leading Influencers In Architecture & Design In Greater Cincinnati 2019.
On October 3rd, Pella Windows hosted an open house for all of the leading influencers in architecture & design in Cincinnati.
Wed, Oct 09, 2019

A Glimpse at Three New Physicians: Why They Set Their Sights on Ophthalmology

Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) continues to grow its internationally recognized team of top specialists in every field of eye care. The newest CEI team members are Lori Provencher, M.D., Roxanne Rivera, M.D., and Aubrey R. Tirpack, M.D.
Mon, Sep 23, 2019

Empowered by Knowledge Strengthened by Action Sustained by Community

For Lynn Stern, an ovarian cancer survivor, her “invincible summer” included planting the seeds 30 years ago for what has grown into Cincinnati’s Cancer Support Community (CSC), a philanthropic organization that helps men and women impacted by cancer find hope, education and emotional support. A painting of Stern, painted by her husband Ned Stern, with Camus’ saying above it, is displayed in her memory in the cheery, warm and welcoming living room of the CSC’s Lynn Stern Center, located in Blue Ash. “You would have loved her. She was the most dynamic woman,” recalls April Davidow, Stern’s sister-in-law. Davidow and her husband, Harry – Stern’s older brother – were integral in founding the CSC.
Mon, Sep 23, 2019

The Region's Only Nationally Accredited Preschool & Kindergarten Program

King of Kings Preschool opened its doors in September 1995 with an enrollment of 11 students. By the close of the third year, there was full enrollment. Over the years, King of Kings has grown to meet the needs of our community by adding additional classrooms, a full-court indoor gym, a second playground, a kindergarten program, an English Language Learners program, a bi-lingual Japanese-English translator, and before/after care for our students. In addition, King of Kings is the only nationally accredited preschool and kindergarten program in the area. We are honored to serve 160 students in Mason, Maineville, Loveland, Morrow, Liberty Township, South Lebanon and Lebanon.
Fri, Sep 06, 2019

Great Teachers Never Stop Being Students

While Saint Ursula Academy students recharge over the summer, their teachers also refuel, inspired by seminars, trips and other engaging experiences that not only enhance their expertise but rekindle their passion for their profession. And they bring that fresh perspective and enthusiasm back to their classrooms in the fall, enriching the Saint Ursula Academy learning environment for all.
Fri, Sep 06, 2019

Multicultural Student Union: Celebrating Diversity

Mount Notre Dame High School’s Multicultural Student Union (MSU) is in its second year of helping students practice appropriate communication methods and celebrate the culture and diversity within their halls.
Fri, Sep 06, 2019

A Brotherhood of Faith & Community

Founded in 1831, St. Xavier High School is a private Catholic school for young men. The school’s population represents a wide geographic range, with students coming from all over Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana. St. Xavier boasts an impressive academic record, with 92% of the 603 students who took an AP test in 2018 scoring 3+. Additionally, seven students from the class of 2018 were also considered National AP scholars – a high distinction for any student.
Fri, Sep 06, 2019

Celebrating a Week of Xciting Xploration & Xperiences

A wigwam, a labyrinth and a coffee shop – it’s amazing what Cincinnati Country Day School students can construct in a mere several days’ time. And those are only a few of the innovative projects undertaken during the school’s first CCDX program, a student-driven experiential learning program conducted the week prior to spring break.
Thu, Aug 29, 2019

Technology for Seniors in Motion: Preventing Falls, Enriching Lives

Twin Lakes Senior Living Community residents are embracing state-of-the-art technology that accurately tracks and measures balance and gait as part of a comprehensive Balance Initiative that Life Enriching Communities implemented last year.
Thu, Aug 29, 2019