Transcript: Everyone, this is Chris Hatton. I’m coming to you today to share some exciting news with a little bit of mixed emotions. After a long period of contemplation with my wife, Lauren and I have decided that I’m going to retire from Money Matters as a Senior Partner and retire as a Financial Advisor. So you’re probably asking why, and probably the easiest way to explain it is that I’ve dedicated the last 20 years to Money Matters, so now I’m going to dedicate the next 20 years of my life to my wife. That’s probably the easiest way to do about that. However, I’m not completely going away. I’m going to stay on with the firm in a consultative fashion, working with the management team and the advisors around the nation, so what does it mean to you? Well, if you’re working with another advisor, it doesn’t mean anything. You’ll still work with your advisor, the staff in Fort Worth, the staff in Plano. They’ll still be working with you the way they have been. If you are working with me, what I’m going to do with my team over the next couple months is pair you up with the advisor I believe will give you the best relationship that we’re looking for here, and they’ll reach out to you, they’ll introduce their self to you, and then we’ll move forward with that. If you’re scheduled with me between now and the end of September, we’ll hold that appointment and we’ll just keep going on as we do, so having said that, I want to thank you for the opportunity to be your financial advisor over the last 20 years. It’s been a blast. I’m going to miss the relationships. That’s the emotional part about it, but I can tell you that I’m really looking forward to living out my second childhood without parental supervision, so for now, goodbye, and we’ll see you around the office.