The team at Consiliarium Group thanks our fallen heroes on this Memorial Day and everyday for their sacrifice and bravery to keep us, our families, and our country safe.
When companies strive to be good corporate citizens, our community benefits. At Consiliarium Group, philanthropy is part of our culture and corporate mission and we aim to help make life better for others. Consiliarium’s involvement extends beyond sponsoring events or writing checks, but recognizing that time and resources are critical factors in strengthening our community.
At Consiliarium Group, in addition to investing in the success of our clients, we also invest in the success of our community. We look to partner with our clients to understand what causes in the community they support. We then strategize and collaborate on how our two firms can bring awareness, service, and volunteerism to the community. This unified approach builds a better future for our community…. together.
As employers review their advisor relationships, partnering with a trusted firm who supports your success, but also the success of our community is important. Consiliarium Group is a leader in our industry through our people and doing what’s right for our clients, and also our community.
On March 4, 2017, the team at Consiliarium came together at the 11th Annual Monte Carlo Night to support our own Partner, Sheryl Czekanski and her family. The event was held at Eaglevale Country Club and joined by members of the community and sponsors to raise money for Golisano Children’s Hospital Pediatric Treatment Center in Rochester, NY. This year, this special event raised $10,100, with an overall raised amount of $126,400 in the 11 year span.
We value the opportunity to spend time with one another and invest in wonderful events and programs to strengthen our community.
On Jan. 13, 2017, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a budget resolution for fiscal year 2017 to begin the process of repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The budget resolution—which was approved by the U.S. Senate on the preceding day—does not, itself, repeal the ACA. However, any budget reconciliation bill drafted as a result of the resolution is likely to include a number of provisions to repeal—and possibly replace—at least some ACA provisions.