Posts by Koss Olinger

​Investing To Save Time Boosts Happiness Returns

The more money you make, the more valuable you perceive your time to be — and the more time-strapped you may feel, according to University of British Columbia psychology professor Elizabeth Dunn.1 So wouldn’t it stand to reason that if you use some of your hard-earned money to buy yourself more time — for example,…

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KO Team Member Spotlight: Myles McManus

Myles McManus joined our team as an Associate Advisor in June of 2017. Before that he was an intern with us. He joins Tim Roark, Shannon Reingten, and Mitchell Hay as Koss Olinger’s third generation of advisors. Myles brings a positive go-getter attitude to the team and we are grateful for his daily contributions. In…

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Koss Olinger Has Gone Solar

As of mid-May Koss Olinger is officially fully solar powered. ​We are always looking for ways to improve our office and lessen our environmental impact. Therefore, in 2018 we decided to install solar panels on our office building. Few power-generation technologies have as positive of an impact on the environment as solar electric power. It…

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KO Team Member Spotlight: Mitchell Hay

Mitchell Hay became a part of our team last fall as an Associate Advisor. He joins Tim Roark, Shannon Reintgen, and Myles McManus as Koss Olinger’s third generation of advisors. We are thrilled to have Mitchell on the team! In order to get to know Mitchell a bit better we asked him a series of…

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Mid-Year Planning: Tax Changes to Factor In

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed in December of last year, fundamentally changes the federal tax landscape for both individuals and businesses. Many of the provisions in the legislation are permanent, others (including most of the tax cuts that apply to individuals) expire at the end of 2025. Here are some of the significant…

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