- Friday, 21 July 2017 18:59
I guest wrote Paul Daugherty’s TML blog today in the Cincinnati Enquirer. I cover Zach Cozart, OJ, some UC stuff, and a report from a family vacation (including a slideshow) that Doc suggested.
I hope you enjoy it. Thanks to Dan Izenson and Mark Sims for some topic ideas.
Photo Credit: Jay Brinker
License: None 🙂
- Thursday, 20 July 2017 07:48
The British press is abuzz with speculation that Tiger Lily Hutchence (full name – Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof) will inherit “millions” when she turns 21 next week. She is the daughter of the late INXS frontman, Michael Hutchence, who died in 1997 with a net worth reportedly between “penniless” and $40 million. Tiger Lily’s mom, Paula Yates, died from a heroin overdose four years later. Tiger Lily was later adopted by Yates’ former husband, Bob Geldof, who founded Live Aid and was later knighted.
A few points, only one of them really relevant:
1. I always discourage my clients from allowing their children to inherit any money, much less “millions”, when turning 21. I advise releasing trust funds in increasing amounts over a period of years.
2. Apropos of nothing, I think it is commendable of Bob Geldof to raise the daughter of his ex-wife and the man she left him for after the little girl was orphaned.
3. Whatever she inherits from her dad, nothing can compensate Tiger Lily for the tragedy in her life – the deaths of her parents, the heroin overdose of her half-sister, and the silly name bestowed upon her by her parents.
Photo Credit: Unknown
License: Fair Use/Education
- Monday, 17 July 2017 07:52
Just returned from 10 days in Central Europe with Janice, Blair, and Jack. Visited Prague, Bratislava, Vienna, and Munich. Adjacent pic is my favorite from the trip. Post to follow later.
- Wednesday, 31 May 2017 17:13
Seven guys, 38 miles, four squares (Mt. Lookout, Hyde Park, Glendale, and Fountain), 2 states, and $1,750 raised for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
I hope you enjoyed the holiday.
- Friday, 21 April 2017 09:59
Just back from some college tours with Jack. South Carolina, Clemson and Tennessee specifically. Post about a podcast I listened to to follow shortly.