Planning matters

S-P-E-L-L-E-B-R-A-T-I-O-N 2018

Meet the Mighty Johnson Bixby SUPER SPELLERS!

The Johnson Bixby SUPER SPELLERS competed in the 10th annual spelling bee fundraiser sponsored by Altrusa International of Cowlitz County, and co-sponsored by Windermere Real Estate. The competition was held at the Kelso Theater Pub the evening of Friday March 9th…

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10,000 Hours of Thanks & Gratitude

As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, all of us at Johnson Bixby are thankful for the privilege of partnering with you. While we love what we do, we also recognize it wouldn’t be possible without the willingness, trust, curiosity, dreams and challenges you share with us. Our goal is to make your dreams possible, but that takes a combination of you sharing your lives with us so we can know you well and marrying that knowledge with strategies that work for your situation. It is personal and we respect the trust you place in us.

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2018 by the Numbers

Have you noticed the huge construction cranes at the Vancouver waterfront? We did and curiosity propelled us to tour Phase 1 of the $1.5-billion Vancouver Waterfront Project with Barry Cain, president, and owner of Gramor Development, Inc. Hard hats and safety vests donned, we saw the groundbreaking project take shape, literally.

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Clark County Offering Shredding Days this Weekend

This Saturday, head to Recycling Days at C-Tran’s Fisher’s Landing Transit Center between 9:00 AM and noon to rid yourself of those unneeded paper piles.

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Encore: What Will You Do in Retirement?

We challenge our clients to think through what retirement really means to them, and what passions or pursuits will further enhance their enjoyment in their encore phase of life.

Our approach and process helps our clients to identify goals or aspirations they may not have had the time to pursue while working. Getting clear about what excites you as you transition into retirement, actively pursuing those passions, and giving back by sharing your knowledge and experiences, can be unbelievably rewarding.

This week we’re highlighting Brian who uses his talent to benefit Habitat for Humanity.

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