Let’s cue the music from “The X Files.”

A friend of mine told me about a Netflix series he watched, “Hangar 1: The UFO Files.”

The series focuses on various cases where people either witnessed or were researching unidentified flying object sightings. Cover-ups are a big theme with the show because (obviously), those in the highest seats of power don’t want the public to know what’s really going on.

On December 12, 2009, in Barstow, California, a group of residents in a neighborhood witnessed what they identified as a UFO crash at a nearby highway. When they walked over to get a closer look, suddenly a fleet of black SUVs drove into the area and parked around the crash site.

They set high-power lights outward, blinding the curious residents so they couldn’t see what was happening. Soon, a flatbed truck came by and carted off the object under a heavy tarp. It was said the object was around the size of a Volkswagen Beetle.

Was it a UFO? Who knows? And none of those secretive folks from the SUVs were telling. Despite the residents trying to find answers, no explanation was given.

Who can you trust to tell you the truth?

At Money & Clarity, you can depend upon us being 100% honest with you. There are other service providers who may embellish the truth, but we like truth the way we like our lemonade: Pure and with no additives.

Give us a call at 513-563-PLAN (7526) or book online and we’ll be transparent with you. We’ll review your portfolio and identify the good, the bad, and the ugly. And we’ll also make sure to shine a light on any unknown areas. You’ll get the answers you need to make the right choices. Call and schedule your free portfolio analysis today.

Nikki Earley, CFP® & Dan Cuprill, CFP®

P.S. Getting tired of take-out food? Want a unique dining experience? In tomorrow’s blog, I “dish” on a novel opportunity. That is, if you want to travel to Sweden to get it…

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