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Asheville Fall Foliage Season

Monday, October 15th, 2018 | Uncategorized | No Comments

East TN Mountain Views

Colorful Spirit • Autumn Adventures • Mountain Views

Surrounded by the highest peaks in the East, Asheville is steeped in natural history, fall adventure, and cultural legacies – including America’s Largest Home, Biltmore. Significant variances in altitude among mountain ridges, slopes, and valleys, as well as a large variety of deciduous tree species, give the Blue Ridge Mountains one of the longest and most vibrant leaf seasons in the world, regularly placing the area among the top fall-travel destinations, period.

Downtown Hotels Offer Prime Leaf-Peeping Spots

The AC Hotel Asheville Downtown (a boutique brand by Marriott) is home to Capella on 9, a rooftop restaurant and bar with 360-degree views of mountains and city landmarks. The Cambria Downtown Asheville, set next to the historic Grove Arcade, has the rooftop restaurant Hemingway’s Cuba. Also, check out Pillar Bar at Hilton Garden Inn Asheville Downtown and Montford Rooftop Bar at the Hyatt Place Asheville Downtown.

Craft Brew with a View

With 30 breweries in the city and 38 in Buncombe County, Asheville has the most breweries per capita in the country. Check out the scenery while sipping your beer of choice at Highland Brewing Company’s rooftop patio, along the French Broad River at New Belgium’s “Liquid Center,” or at the top-floor tasting room of Green Man Brewery’s “Greenmansion” in the South Slope.  Destination breweries have also been popping up in the scenic countryside around Asheville: Turgua Brewing Company, a small farmhouse brewery set on a five-acre farm in Fairview and using locally sourced fruits and root vegetables, and Whistle Hop, with its antique train-caboose taproom, disc-golf course, and sweeping mountain sights.

Adventurous Ways to See the Color

Asheville has plenty of guided outdoor activities that provide the perfect opportunity to experience the extended color. Try Land & Lore Ecotours with private natural history tour options and hikes to waterfalls near Asheville; combine hiking and outdoor spa treatments for the ultimate forest-bathing experience with Ascend Adventure Wellness; get to know the faces and the places of the local farming community with Asheville Farm-to-Table Tours, also offering three-hour mini tours; or hop on the six-person party paddleboard from Wai Mauna Asheville SUP Tours (season open until October 31) on the world’s third-oldest river, the French Broad.

Asheville Fall Favorites

Float at sunrise for unparalleled views over the beautiful backdrop of Pisgah National Forest with Asheville Hot Air Balloons; seek out the best of nature’s bounty on a foraging tour with No Taste Like Home; take in the stunning vantage from Biltmore’s Rooftop Tour of the estate and beyond; race from peak to peak on tandem-style ziplines (like a rollercoaster through the color!) with Navitat Canopy Adventures’ ultimate thrill ride, the Blue Ridge Experience; cruise along “America’s Favorite Drive,” the Blue Ridge Parkway; or kick back and spend some time on The Omni Grove Park Inn’s Sunset Terrace for its dramatic vistas.

Harvest Season: Fall Flavors

Asheville’s creative culinary community, Foodtopia, showcases the harvest season through special menu items, events, and experiential opportunities. Taste of Biltmore is a two-month celebration of the estate’s farm-to-table heritage, with food and wine taking center stage during a series of elaborate feasts in unexpected settings. Pick apples at one of the region’s dozens of orchards, such as the Orchard at Altapass on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Go for pumpkins at Justus Orchard or Stepp’s Hillcrest Orchard. Then, enjoy a glass of the hard stuff at Noble Cider, Urban Orchard Cider Co., or Black Mountain Ciderworks + Meadery. 

Maximize Your Stay: Autumn Travel Packages

» America’s Favorite Drive Package: The Omni Grove Park Inn – Includes overnight accommodations, the Art of Breakfast, a copy of “Best of the Blue Ridge Parkway, The Ultimate Guide to the Parkway’s Best Attractions”

» Picnic on the Parkway: Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville – Includes overnight accommodations, breakfast for two, a guided Parkway hike for two, gourmet picnic basket, 3-D topography map, wildflower pocket guide, and 10% discount at The Compleat Naturalist store

» Fall Package: Asheville Bed & Breakfast Association – Includes $200 gift certificate for any ABBA inn, “Morning in the Mountains” cookbook, welcome gift from your innkeeper, and baked cookies for the ride home

Visit www.ExploreAsheville.com/packages for seasonal availability.

Fall Fun: Signature Events

» Oktoberfest (October): Bavarian traditions meet Asheville’s eclectic vibe, with lots of local beer on tap 

» CiderFest (October): Cider, kids’ activities, and more set along the French Broad River at Salvage Station

» Carolina Bonsai Expo (October): Showcasing juried exhibits by bonsai enthusiasts hailing from a seven-state region at The North Carolina Arboretum

» Burnpile Harvest Fest (October): Hosted by Burial Beer Co., this burgeoning event features seasonal beers from 40+ regional and national breweries, a harvest feast by Burial’s permanent “food truck” kitchen, Salt & Smoke, and live music

» LEAF Festival (October): For more than two decades, LEAF Festival has grown into an epicenter of music, art, and culture for thousands of families, set upon the beautiful Lake Eden grounds in nearby Black Mountain

» Hickory Nut Gap Farm Barn Dances (Fridays in October): Perfect for families – enjoy dinner before dancing the night away, from Contra to Square Dance and Two-Step to Swing

For the latest updates on all things fall, stay tuned for Facebook Live remotes with Explore Asheville’s fall-color experts at www.facebook.com/Asheville.  Also, weekly color reports at www.FallintheMountains.com will gather input from biologists and weather experts, color-progression updates from area parks and attractions, autumn travel deals, and fall events. 

For more information, visit www.exploreasheville.com. 

Fall Facts, FAST!

Asheville is fortunate to have one of the most vivid displays of autumn foliage in the world. Here’s why:

» Extreme Elevations: Ranging from 1,500 feet in the valleys to 6,684 feet at Mount Mitchell (the highest peak east of the Mississippi River), the color show descends the mountains

» Unmatched Biodiversity: There are more than 100 species of deciduous (leaf-shedding) trees in the Blue Ridge Mountains

» This results in an unusually long leaf season, starting late September in the higher elevations and extending through early November in the lower regions

For more information, visit www.ExploreAsheville.com/science-behind-fall-color.

“Making Spirits Bright”

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The Bobby Todd Christmas Open House

Bobby Todd Antiques is hosting their annual Christmas Open House on Thursday, October 18, from 10 to 6 at 4514 Old Kingston Pike in the iconic UP and Down Gas Station Building in the Bearden district.  The Open House continues on Friday, October 19, and Saturday, October 20, from 10 to 5 and Sunday, October 21, from 1 to 5.

Each year Bobby Todd is transformed into a Christmas wonderland that captivates children of all ages.  From the magical holiday displays to the whimsical and nostalgic holiday décor inside, Bobby Todd evokes a vintage spirit that will take you back to cherished childhood memories.  Featured Christmas lines and artists include Byers’ Choice, Lori Mitchell, Shiny Brite, Cody Foster, Bethany Lowe, and Joe Spencer.

Bobby Todd’s sales associates have been as busy as Santa’s elves displaying these unique holiday décor items.  During the Christmas Open House, Bobby Todd will also unveil their newest gift selections, quality antique furniture, and colorful accessories for your home.

As always, Bobby Todd offers complimentary holiday gift bag packaging, which makes it the perfect place to “wrap up” your Christmas shopping.  Watch eyes light up every time someone receives a gift in a Bobby Todd gift bag.

During the Bobby Todd Christmas Open House, be sure to register to win fabulous door prizes, enjoy scrumptious holiday treats, and visit with old friends and make new ones.  Also, Halloween décor will be on sale just in time for the season!

Parking is available on the upper level where the retail shop is located and also on the lower level in front of the Bearden Beer Market.    

For more information regarding the Bobby Todd Christmas Open House, visit www.bobbytoddantiques.com and click on the events tab, or like us on Facebook for weekly updates.  Make the Bobby Todd Christmas Open House a part of your holiday tradition!

Bobby Todd Antiques
4514 Old Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919
865-249-6612
www.bobbytoddantiques.com

October Events at the Community Church at Tellico Village

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» Spaghetti Dinner: October 18 from 4:30 to 7 pm
Open to everyone! Enjoy the fellowship, great food, and meet your new neighbors at the Community Church Christian Life Center (CLC). The cost is $8 per person and includes spaghetti (all you can eat), salad, bread, drink, and dessert or 1/4 chicken, green beans, salad, bread, drink, and dessert.

» Tellico Village Movie Night: McFarland, USA (Disney): October 25 at 6:15 pm
Jim White moves his family after losing his last job as a football coach. He sees that some of the students are worth starting a cross-country team and turns seven students with no hope into one of the best cross-country teams in the nation. Stars Kevin CostnerMaria Bello, and Ramiro Rodriguez.

The movie will be shown in the Christian Life Center (CLC) at the Community Church at Tellico Village and is open to everyone. Popcorn, ice cream, and water will be available. 

» Trunk and Treat Halloween Fun: October 27 from 10 am to noon
What a day for all the children! A chance to have fun, dress up in Halloween costumes, enjoy the treats, participate in games, and be safe – all at the same time.  On Saturday, October 27, everyone is invited to this year’s Trunk and Treat event. This free event will be held rain or shine at the Community Church at Tellico Village.  This is an outreach event for the entire surrounding area, and everyone is invited.

“As a recent father of twin girls, I know how excited they are at this time of year and how they are looking forward to this event,” said Pastor Devin Phillips. “I hope to meet many of the area families and their children on that Saturday.”

Adults can decorate their cars, dress up, stock up on their favorite candy, and meet the children of the area as they laugh, play, and hopefully won’t pull any tricks.  

» Woman’s Leadership Sunday: October 28 at 8 and 10:15 am
The Community Church at Tellico Village is celebrating the impact of women in our Christian community.

Other events:
» Blessing of the Animals: October 3 at 11:30, Tugaloo Pavilion
» Drop off items for Annual Garage Sale: October 5, 8:00 to noon
» Annual Garage Sale: October 6, 8:00 to noon

The Community Church at Tellico Village is an inter-denominational church welcoming all faiths with services on Sundays at 8 and 10:15 am.  This year we are celebrating 30 years serving the local communities in Loudon and Monroe counties. For more information or to listen to our messages, visit www.TellicoChurch.com.

Community Church at Tellico Village
130 Chota Center
Loudon, TN 37774
865-458-1516
www.tellicochurch.com 

Smoky Junction Model Train Exhibit at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center

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This holiday season the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center is proud to announce the opening of their newest experience, Smoky Junction Model Train Exhibit. Running through the season, the exhibit is sure to be a delightful experience, because nothing says holiday enchantment quite like seeing little faces look on in wonderment as model trains zip by. With three different displays and a bit of history from the Townsend/Walland area, this exhibit will showcase different styles and scales of model trains and is sure to be a joy to the whole family, as well as train enthusiasts.

Opening November 9th, this exhibit, which will be open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at the Heritage Center, will bring back the fond memories of the holiday trains of our childhoods.

“The Maryville Model Railroad Club has been instrumental in helping us design and creating these displays,” said Logan Hull, Director of Special Events at the Heritage Center. “We hope that this experience becomes an annual holiday tradition for the families in our community and for folks of all ages. We hope that we can create memories that will last a lifetime for families and promote this unique hobby, all while sharing the great history of this region. This is the perfect way for the Heritage Center to promote the history of our region in a fun and engaging way while giving our guests an experience like none other!”

The three differently scaled displays have all been created by the members of the Maryville Model Railroad Club. From the winter wonderland/holiday layout to a large “G” scaled display, the members of this club have created intricate details, and their passion for their hobby comes through in their work.

“I was wiring trains before I could do multiplications!” said Allan Gartner, a member of the club.

There seems to be a special joy in taking things apart to figure out how they work and then putting them back together. The operation of these trains is not as easy as it may appear. Many hours go into programming each one of the locomotives, and each one is different.

In one of the detailed displays, the unique history of the region plays the starring role. A replica of the communities of Townsend and Walland have been modeled and even include the famous covered bridge and the tannery in Walland. Without the railroad’s influence, these communities would be completely different. The city of Townsend got its start from The Little River Lumber Company, which started hauling lumber out of what is now the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the early 1900s. This lumber and the various products related to logging were vital to the community and surrounding area and were shipped across the country to places like Chicago and many other major cities. After the founding of the National Park, it was the Citizen Conservation Corps (CCC) who was able to utilize these now unused railroad beds and turn them into the hiking trails we know and love throughout the Smokies.

Dennis Cherry, one of the members of the MMRC, has been working and playing with model trains for 65 years. The display he has been working on will be the largest by far, with the trains measuring in feet rather than inches.

“We all have the scales that we like to work on,” said Dennis. “Garden scale, the big ones, are my specialty and all the wiring that goes with it.”

A different scale known as “O” will capture the holiday spirit with its snowcapped hills and scenery. A special holiday train will disappear through tunnels and race across trestles in a North Pole themed display. Having an eye for detail, Don Clark, another member of the MMRC, has diligently worked to create this display and hopes to share his love of model trains with all ages.

A special “Boarding Pass” will be included in the admission price to the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center ($8 for adults and $6 for children and seniors) on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from November 9th through January 6th. It can also be purchased separately for only $4 for ages 6 and up. This experience is free to the members of the Heritage Center. The exhibit will be open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 am to 5 pm and on Sundays from noon to 5 pm. Each day the trains are running a knowledgeable member of the MMRC will be on-site to answer any questions and to show how they run the trains.

Smoky Junction Model Train Exhibit has been made possible by funding from Blount Partnership, East Tennessee Foundation, and donations from Richardson Construction. For more information, call the Heritage Center at 865-776-4388 or visit www.gsmheritagecenter.org.

Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center
865-776-4388
www.gsmheritagecenter.org

We Light Up Your Nights

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By Heath Myrick, Owner of Lighthouse Outdoor Lighting – Knoxville

Whether you have recently built your dream home or if you are busy updating your newly acquired existing home, each of us has a goal of accentuating the many positive features of our home’s exterior architecture and landscaping plan. But at night, most people passing by will only see a few of these otherwise unique characteristics of your home dimly illuminated by the entrance and garage door lighting. Sadly, your home’s unique character, which likely is even more dramatic at night, is hidden under the cover of darkness.

At Lighthouse Outdoor Lighting, we can help you light up your nights. We’ll help you transform your dimly lighted home into a spectacular panorama that accentuates all of the qualities that truly makes your home and its surrounding landscape unique.

Rated number one in the nation, our architectural and landscaping lighting designers represent a team of trained, certified, and award-winning consultants recognized among their peers as leaders within the lighting industry. We offer homeowners a complete turnkey experience, including design, sales, installation, service, and maintenance. Also, each of our exterior fixtures is designed and manufactured by us from solid cast brass.

From project conception all the way through finished installation, you will discover a level of personal service that is uncommon in today’s hurried world. And the only thing our expert installation team leaves behind is your new work of art – your lighting masterpiece – all backed up by one of the best warranties in the marketplace.

You’ve seen how dramatic other homes look at night. Isn’t it time you discover just how Lighthouse Outdoor Lighting can light up your nights? Why not let our designers demonstrate how you can capture your home’s dramatic visual appeal? You’ll see your home in an entirely new way as brilliant sunlight transitions into your nightscaping® landscape and architectural lighting design. Call me today to discover for yourself just how a landscape and architectural lighting plan from Lighthouse Outdoor Lighting can transform your home’s nighttime appearance from dull and dreary to a dramatic showcase look.

Lighthouse Outdoor Lighting of Knoxville
11519 Kingston Pike, Suite 156
Knoxville, TN 37934
865-484-4011
www.lighthouse-lights.com/knoxville

3rd Annual Fashion Fights Back Fashion Show

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October 11 at 2:30
By Brenda Bryan, Owner of The Lily Pad

When recalling special moments and memories in the life of The Lily Pad, none is more memorable or meaningful than our annual Fashion Fights Back fashion show. On a beautiful sunny October afternoon, 10 of our customers who are either fighting their battle with breast cancer or are breast cancer survivors will model fall fashions at The Lily Pad. To support and honor our many customers and friends whose lives have been touched by this disease, we have pledged to support them in the way we do best… Fashion Fights Back!

As you know, nearly 250,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year… your mother, sister, daughter, wife, or even you! We have committed to give a portion of every item sold on this day to the American Cancer Society. There is no charge for admission.

On Thursday, October 11th, we will be honoring 10 more of our friends and family members who have witnessed firsthand the dreaded diagnosis of breast cancer. Please plan to join us at The Lily Pad as we again present Fashion Fights Back, a show by women for these women who are such an inspiration to all of us.

Also on this special day, Mr. Doyle Baker, our Joseph Ribkoff representative, will be hosting a trunk show of his fabulous line, presenting both immediate and a peek of what’s new for spring… plus a drawing for a Joseph Ribkoff jacket to a lucky winner.

Make your plans now to join us for this very inspirational day for all of our Lily Pad customers who have fought or are fighting their battle with breast cancer. Your ticket to the fashion show will be a donation to the American Cancer Society. Call 423-337-5537 or email lilypadboutique@bellsouth.net to reserve your seat.

The Lily Pad Boutique
209 N. Main Street
Sweetwater, TN 37874
423-337-5537
www.sweetwaterlilypad.com

Where Is Your Automobile Going to Spend the Winter?

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It might be difficult to think about winter when daytime highs are still hovering around the high 80s, but winter is only a few short months away. Do you remember those winter mornings last year when you had to jockey around your wife’s car that spent the night in the garage while your vehicle spent the night on the driveway in sub-zero temperatures? Or how about the two-and-a-half hours you had to wait for AAA to show up to jumpstart your car?

If your garage is like a lot of other garages, it’s probably filled floor to ceiling and wall to wall with stuff. Well, the solution is easier than you might have imagined. Just give the professionals at Bakers Creek Storage a call today at 865-973-4367.

Bakers Creek Storage in nearby Greenback is conveniently located less than a two minute drive north of the Highway 411 bridge in Vonore. It’s a brand new self-storage facility featuring:
» Climate & non-climate controlled storage units
» Wide, concrete paved drive aisles
» Highly visible from US Hwy 411
» Securely fenced & lighted facility
» Convenient keypad entry
» Online bill pay
» Online reservation option
» 24/7 video surveillance

Don’t let your overstuffed garage leave you and your automobiles standing out in the snow and sub-zero temperatures this winter. Call Bakers Creek Storage today!

Bakers Creek Storage
7442 Highway 411S
Greenback, TN 37742
865-973-4367
www.bakerscreekstorage.com

Let Cones Cupboard Antiques Help You Transition Into Autumn

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In addition to a shop filled with an incredible selection of antiques and vintage items, we have just recently started receiving a variety of home décor and gift items for fall to help you transition from summer. We have the ever-popular door entrance mats with replaceable inserts that allow you to greet your guests with seasonal and holiday greetings. We also have fall décor items to enhance your home’s exterior entrance doors and a wide variety of fall décor items for every room in your home to celebrate the arrival of autumn.

If you’re dreading the Christmas holiday shopping rush, get a jump on your holiday shopping at Cones Cupboard Antiques. Why settle for the mundane offered up by the “big box” stores every Christmas or the latest fad gifts?

For everyone your holiday shopping list, including those that seem impossible to shop for, we offer a truly unique selection of not only gifts, but also antique and vintage items that will be remembered for many years to come. They might even become treasured family heirlooms.

Whether you need some help transitioning your home for autumn or you want to get a jump on your holiday shopping, visit Cones Cupboard Antiques in historic downtown Sweetwater and let our helpful associates assist you in making your selections.

Cones Cupboard Antiques
307 N. Main Street
Sweetwater, TN 37874
423-351-7408
www.conescupboardantiques.com

Mark Your Calendars for September 18th

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Why wait for a special sales when you can take advantage of everyday low prices at the Good Neighbors Shoppe in convenient Lenoir City, where you save up to 90% or more on thousands of gently used items, including apparel, furniture, art, books, housewares, antiques, collectibles, and more? Not only will you receive quality merchandise at great prices, but you will also be helping those in need throughout your community where, thanks to your generosity and our team of more than 200 volunteers, the Good Neighbors Shoppe has been able to donate more than $3 million to worthwhile civic and charitable organizations throughout Loudon County.

While thousands of our neighbors from all walks of life have contributed to the Good Neighbors Shoppe’s success, we all share one thing in common: We all have a servant’s heart. It’s as simple as that. Neighbors donate quality, gently used merchandise. Neighbors volunteer their time to sort and merchandise these items in our upscale, 12,500 square foot, state-of-the-art retail store. And many of these same neighbors are the very customers who take advantage of these incredible savings on the merchandise we offer for resale. And, best of all, no one at the Good Neighbors Shoppe receives any compensation whatsoever for their efforts. Neighbors helping neighbors helping neighbors.

Be sure to mark your calendars for September 18th, when we reset our retail showroom for fall. Get ready to take advantage of the big savings on all your favorite fashions and home décor items for autumn.

Also, commencing this month, to accommodate those customers who are not able to shop during our normal hours of operation, we have extended our store hours on Tuesdays, when our store will now remain open for business until 7 pm.

So the next time you pick up your newspaper or go online to search for the latest red hot sales, please keep the Good Neighbors Shoppe in mind. We offer you red hot values every day, plus the opportunity to give back to your community in ways that you might have never imagined. Also, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/goodneighborsshoppe.

Good Neighbors Shoppe
420 Leeper Parkway in Lenoir City
865-988-9925

All Annuities Are Not the Same

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By Yvonne Marsh, CFP®, CPA

Recently I read an article written by an investment advisor who disparaged annuities as complex, full of hidden fees, and subject to a higher tax burden when compared to stock investments. He started out referencing annuities in general and quickly devolved into bashing one subset of annuities – a non-IRA variable annuity. I’m not a huge fan of non-IRA variable annuities either, but he did the readers a disservice in not recognizing that there are other types of annuities that can fit a retiree’s lifestyle quite nicely. I’ll provide a little counter balance and discuss two other types of annuities for the more conservative investor.

Fixed annuities are much like a bank CD, where your principal is not subject to market loss, and they pay a guaranteed rate of interest for a guaranteed period of time. They are different than a bank CD in that they are tax-deferred, and they are not FDIC insured. Instead you rely on the strength of the insurance company and the Tennessee State Guaranty Fund. Typical terms range from three to five years, and you can generally withdraw interest without penalty. Plan to leave your principal alone, though, or you can incur declining surrender charges.

Fixed index annuities are also not subject to market loss. They calculate interest by using indexes tied to the markets – the S&P, Nasdaq, etc. Interest credits annually depending on how those indexes perform. If the markets are negative in a given year, you won’t earn any interest – but your principal won’t go backward either. Be aware that they are considered longer term investments, generally 10 years, where you can withdraw 10% of your account without penalty, but excess withdrawals incur declining surrender charges.

Many retirees don’t have pensions anymore, and their biggest concern is outliving their money. So they opt to add a lifetime income withdrawal feature to their fixed index annuity. The insurance company is contractually required to pay lifetime income, even if the retiree outlives his annuity balance. (And for the spouse’s life, too, if they choose a joint-life option). If he passes away early, the remaining annuity balance goes to his heirs. Fees for the income rider range from 0% to 1.5%. Remember all guarantees are dependent on the strength and claims-paying ability of the insurance company. Pick a highly rated one.

Lastly, no matter what IRA’s are invested in – mutual funds, bank CDs, or lifetime income annuities – they are taxed as ordinary income and heirs receive no “step-up” in basis. So choose the investment that gives you the greatest peace of mind. That’s what matters in the end.

Marsh Wealth Management, LLC
1341 Branton Blvd, Suite 105
Knoxville, TN 37922
865-622-2162
admin@marshpros.com
www.marshwealth.com

Financial Planning & Investment Advisory Services are offered through Marsh Wealth Management, LLC (“MWM”), an independent investment advisor registered with the state of Tennessee. Yvonne Marsh is an Investment Advisor Representative of MWM in the state of Tennessee. Marsh Professional Group, LLC is a TN registered public accounting firm and a separate legal entity from MWM. For a detailed discussion of MWM and their investment advisory fees, see the firm’s Form ADV on file with the SEC at www.adviserinfo.sec.gov.

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