Sean Williams

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Sean M. Williams is a Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) practitioner with Sojourn Wealth Advisory LLC in Timonium, Maryland. Sean serves families and business owners. You can connect with him at sojournwealth.com.

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The Great Entrepreneurs of the Bible: Isaac: Building Altars and Pitching Tents

The Great Entrepreneurs of the Bible: Isaac: Building Altars and Pitching Tents

| October 16, 2018

The Christian Professional Network presents this series of articles on the great entrepreneurs in the Bible.  Our series continues with Isaac. Isaac is a spectacular example for Christians operating businesses in environments of constant change. The account of Isaac’s business life and the waves it caused are accounted for us in Genesis 26. Isaac was […]

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529s Becoming the Valedictorian for Families at Private Schools

529s Becoming the Valedictorian for Families at Private Schools

| February 7, 2018

Do your children attend a private school or do you know someone whose children do? Parents of children attending primary and secondary may be applauding recent tax law changes concerning 529 education savings plans.  New this year, families can use 529 education savings plans for private schools, and they may receive a state income tax […]

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What Does Oatmeal and Giving Have to Do With Each Other?

What Does Oatmeal and Giving Have to Do With Each Other?

| May 12, 2015

The next time you’re in the cereal isle at your local grocery store I want you to think of Henry Parsons Crowell.  Mr. Crowell has been a source of inspiration to me.  While he faced many difficulties in his life his focus was on what truly matters.  He endured the early loss of his father, […]

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Establishing an Inheritance with Your IRA

Establishing an Inheritance with Your IRA

| September 4, 2013

If you had the opportunity to make an informed and educated financial decision for the benefit of your future heirs instead of relying on a default policy, would you? I hope your answer is a resounding “Yes!” As we accumulate wealth our largest financial asset often becomes our Individual Retirement Account (IRA). If you take […]

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A Fiscal Cliff

| July 27, 2012

Unless action is taken, the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001, commonly referred to as the Bush Tax Cuts, are set to end by December 31, 2012. Should this happen, current tax cuts will expire and federal spending cuts will automatically go into effect. This in turn would greatly affect households and […]

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