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What You Need to Know About a Supplemental Special Needs Trust

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You already know as a parent of child with special needs that you need to look to the future with care. If you’re no longer able to around to help support a child with special needs, things in your child’s life could become very difficult. It’s natural to want to plan ahead, but you should […]

I’ve Got a Long-Term Care Policy. Should I Stop Paying or Keep It?

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  If you’ve had a long-term care policy for several decades and have continued to pay the premiums, this is an important component of being able to protect yourself against decimating your savings. However, many people who have long term care policies have reported that these premiums have increased significantly in recent years.  Some people […]

Have You Talked to Your Adult Children About Your Retirement?

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Many older people across the United States have not talked to their adult children about impending retirement plans, which can generate a lot of questions and confusion about what the future holds. A fidelity study conducted in 2016 identified that more than one-third of parents had never talked to their adult children about retiring because […]

Why Procrastinating Can Be a Huge Mistake for Your Estate Planning

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Everyone has heard some type of nightmare tale about what has happened to a person’s assets when they weren’t properly included in an estate plan. Often it is the remaining family members left behind after a loved one passes away, left to cope with the problems associated with lack of estate planning or improper estate […]

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Why You Need a Succession Plan for A Franchise Business

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An unplanned exit, whether it is due to incapacitation, death or something else, could generate significant consequences for a business. It is extremely important to have a succession plan in place for every type of business, but franchisees must have them as well.  It is a win-win situation when a franchiser requires or suggests that […]

Planning Tips to Keep in Mind When Selling Your Business

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If you currently own a business and are anticipating selling it in the future, you need to look back at your foundational documents including any buy/sell agreements to determine whether or not guidelines are already established.  There are five crucial financial planning areas that you need to consider when planning to sell your business. First […]

What You Need to Know About Keeping Your Money in The Family

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Part of estate planning is ensuring that the inheritance you pass on goes where you want it to after your death. But how can you ensure that your assets are protected long after you’re gone? Do you hope to pass on as many assets as possible? Do you know whether or not your beneficiaries could […]

Family Conflict a Key Issue for Estate Planning

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There are many different estate planning challenges facing families, individuals and businesses today, but a new study reveals that family conflict tops the list of estate planning challenges. Although tax reform is on the tip of everyone’s tongue when it comes to looking ahead, it’s not the number one issue facing families at this current […]

What You Need to Know About Selling Your Business Without Suffering the Capital Gains Tax?

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Do you own a business that has appreciated in value and you are thinking about making an exit plan? For many Americans who own a business, this is a substantial part of their financial future and it may be the time to realize this value in cash. As the economy gets better, more people are […]

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