December 2022 Newsletter


It’s hard to believe this year is already coming to an end. We hope it’s been a healthy and happy time for you and your loved ones. As you reflect on the past 12 months and look ahead, please know we are wishing you peace, love and joy in your lives. We’re very grateful for your trust in us and look forward to continuing the relationships we have built. You are our clients, but above all, you’re our friends. 


Making An Impact

Axiom congratulates the winners of a $116,000 grant awarded by Impact100 Southern Indiana. They are Greater Clark Co. Schools Education Foundation and BAYA Beautiful As You Are program. The two will partner in providing weekly workshops for middle and high school girls, “to give them tools to become empowered to take control of their mental health and future success.” The award ceremony took place at Huber’s Orchard and Winery in Starlight, IN. Axiom was proud to be one of this year’s sponsors. Click here to learn more about the mission of the winning grant. (Pictured L to R: Marcella Hawk, Leah Driver, Jill Scott. Photo courtesy of Extol Media.)  

The 2022 Once Awards

Axiom was honored to be a finalist for the Business of the Year Award (50 or fewer employees) presented at One Southern Indiana’s 2022Once Awards. We were also the sponsor of the James W. Robinson Young Professional of the Year Award. That was won by Joe Glover. He is the interim vice chancellor for advancement, alumni and external affairs at Indiana University Southeast. We offer our hearty congratulations to Mr. Glover! 

The Unique Team Behind Harvest Homecoming

The annual Harvest Homecoming festival in New Albany is a community tradition that drew some 100,000 people to the festivities this year. The secret to its success was the husband-and-wife team of Kenneth and Deanne Eichenberger, who serve as President and Chairman of the festival. For some great photos and to read how this local family finds the fun in fundraising, please click here.


What You Should Know About Recessions

Are we headed toward a recession? It’s a question many are asking, as we’re faced with global economic uncertainty. According to the Harvard Business Review, “Over the last six years, companies have had to grapple with five major uncertainty shocks: First it was Brexit in 2016, followed by the U.S. presidential election, China-U.S. trade tensions, the Covid-19 pandemic, and in 2022 the Ukraine war.” If we do have a recession, how long would it likely last? Click here to learn more.

New Retirement Contribution Limits for 2023

Contribution limits to your retirement accounts have been announced for the coming year. Be sure you are up-to-date on the latest rules and regulations. Remember we are here to help advise you, along with your accountant or tax professional. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions. You can go here for further details.  

A Different Approach to Managing Inflation

We’ve all no doubt noticed how interest rates have been on the rise. But is this necessarily a bad thing? Actually, we’re optimistic that the tightening approach being taken by the Fed is the best course at this particular time. Click here to learn why. 


Bardstown Road Aglow

This annual event supports local businesses by boosting holiday sales at Highlands restaurants and shops. There will be live holiday music, a tree lighting and free trolley rides. You’ll also find special discounts on food, drinks and merchandise at participating restaurants and shops along Bardstown Road, Baxter & Barret Avenues, and Douglass Loop. Saturday, December 3. Noon to 10 p.m. More info here.   

Breakfast With Santa

Celebrate the holiday season with the Louisville Bats and their 2nd annual Breakfast with Santa at the ballpark! There will be a special holiday menu, and all kids will get a free photo with Santa. Bring a new, unwrapped gift for Toys for Tots and receive a ticket for a Bats home game in 2023. Saturday December 3 and 10. For tickets and details, click here.

Old Louisville Holiday Home Tour

Returning on the first full weekend in December, the Holiday Home Tour gives visitors a rare glimpse inside Louisville’s historic Victorian mansions and townhouses, stylishly dressed for the holidays. December 3, 4 from noon to 5 p.m. Go here for more info and tickets.

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