February 2022 Newsletter


February is often considered the “month of love.” We hope you take some time this month to feel the love in your life and be grateful for the source of that affection. The ancient Chinese philosopher, Lao Tzu, reminds us that “Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.”

Axiom News

Tax Time is Here

It’s hard to believe, but it’s already time to start putting together your tax information for 2021. For most of us, it’s not a particularly pleasant chore, so you want to make sure you’re as informed as possible on ways to minimize your tax obligation. We thought you’d find this concise article on the “Five Most Overlooked Tax Deductions” helpful as you prepare your returns.

Helping Others

Many thanks to those of you who participated in our holiday drive to raise funds and awareness for the Dare to Care food bank. Your donations purchased 1,136 meals for food-insecure families throughout Kentuckiana. A separate company contribution from Axiom bought an additional 7,500 meals! What a wonderful way to make a difference in our community. If any of you are interested in volunteer opportunities, there are lots of areas where the food bank could use your help. Learn more at daretocare.org.

Welcome to Our New CFO

Axiom would like to extend a warm welcome to Leah Driver, the company’s new Chief Financial Officer. Leah brings a strong background and level of experience to the position, having worked as a CFO for both a nonprofit and a manufacturing firm, in addition to spending many years in the field of public accounting. She will be handling all financial-related matters for both Axiom Financial Strategies Group and Axiom Insurance Solutions. We’re thrilled to have Leah on board!

Black History Month

Every February, the U.S. pays tribute to the contributions and sacrifices of African Americans who have helped shape the nation. Black History Month was first officially recognized by President Gerald Ford in 1976. Ford challenged the American people to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of Black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history.” Here are 81 new and upcoming books to discover this Black History Month.

February Fun!

A Love Boat Cruise

Hop aboard the “Love Boat” for a special Valentine’s-themed cruise on the Mary M. Miller, February 12, 13, 14. Each ticket includes a buffet-style meal and champagne. There’s also a kissing booth, cocktail specials and music—all with a fun 80’s vibe. Cruises are limited to ages 21 & up. Check the website for times and prices.

Valentine’s Candlelit Hike

What could be more romantic than a Valentine Day’s hike in the woods where candles light your way? Hike at your own pace, on either a short (¾ mile) trail or the longer walk (1 ¾ miles). Afterwards, warm up around the fire or head inside where you can enjoy snacks and drinks. Feb 12-14. For details, click here.

Forgotten Foundations: Louisville’s Lost Architecture

Downtown became a hub for many businesses in a post-Civil War boom. Grand buildings with intricate architectural details were a visual symbol of Louisville’s growing economic power. But as people and businesses relocated to the suburbs, downtown saw a major decline. This exhibit, at the Filson Historical Society, recalls what was lost through architectural and photographic records left behind. Today revitalization efforts have the potential to create a thriving downtown that is once again the heart of the city. Feb. 18-Sept. 23. https://filsonhistorical.org/visit/exhibits/

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