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October

Per Stirling Volunteers – Breast Cancer Awareness 2021

In the United States, half of all women and a third of all men will likely be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime. As such, the odds are that we will all be affected in some way by this terrible disease, whether it’s a personal battle with cancer, or something that impacts a friend or […]

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October

Per Stirling Shred Event 2021

Most individuals and businesses know how valuable it is to retain important financial and legal documents, but are unsure of how to dispose of that information once it has outlived its usefulness? After all, stockpiling sensitive information can pose a security issue, or even breach compliance regulations in today’s privacy-conscious world. In response, Per Stirling has […]

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September

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – September

According to Winston Churchill, “A politician needs the ability to foretell what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month, and next year. And to have the ability afterwards to explain why it didn’t happen”. With the mid-term elections over a year away and the next presidential election more than three years away, this […]

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September

Per Stirling Volunteers – Back to School

Per Stirling’s Volunteer Initiative for August focused on the return to school which, much like last year, was fraught with challenges.  As such, we were able to identify several opportunities to help families navigate through this difficult time. Our team once again supported Foundation Communities, an Austin-based back-to-school drive that concentrates on after-school education programs, through […]

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August

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – August

Whether it is “bittersweet”, “jumbo shrimp”, or “plastic silverware”, there are words or combinations of words that, despite many of them being commonly-used components of the American lexicon, are on their surface counter-intuitive and nonsensical. They are referred to as oxymorons, and their economic equivalent is almost certainly “stagflation”, the existence of which, when it […]

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August

Per Stirling Volunteers! – Ruby’s Rainbow

This July, Per Stirling’s community initiative focus was on Ruby’s Rainbow, an Austin-based, non-profit organization that supports and provides scholarships to adult students with Down syndrome. This service helps students to pursue their dreams of higher education through scholarships, and by making colleges aware of “[the students’] capabilities and general awesomeness!” Since 2012, Ruby’s Rainbow has […]

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July

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – July

“From that day on, we was [sic] always together. Jenny and me was [sic] like peas and carrots.” –From the movie Forrest Gump. As was noted by this classic Tom Hanks character, whether it be Texas and hot summers, birthdays and cake, or higher inflation and higher interest rates, there are certain things that just […]

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July

RecognizeGood Ethics in Business Alliance

As a firm, Per Stirling is probably best known for its award-winning ethics, its client-centric fiduciary culture, and the nationally-recognized skill and expertise of its advisors, staff and management team. From the inception of the firm, Per Stirling has championed its fiduciary standards as a core founding principal, and our growth over the years has been a […]

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July

Per Stirling Volunteers! – Austin Pets Alive

With it being TWO full years since we originally kicked off with our monthly volunteer initiatives at Per Stirling, we wanted to come full circle back to our very first initiative with Austin Pets Alive! “Austin is proudly the largest and longest running No Kill city in the nation thanks to a groundbreaking and unique […]

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July

Want a Productivity Booster, Take Your Vacation

In many recent conversations with friends, family, & clients, I find myself repeating themes along the lines of take time for yourself or focus on your health & well-being.  In fact many of those who are gainfully employed are busier now than they were before the pandemic.  And the lack of sleep, energy, or enthusiasm […]