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Your Nest is Empty? It’s a Good Time to Plan.

My husband and I just became Empty Nesters. Most of the articles you read on the “empty nest,” focus on couples now having more time for each other or redecorating the newly-vacated room (We haven’t gotten to this quite yet.)  However, there are financial and legal issues to consider at this time too. If you…

What if a Hostile Family Member Wants to Become Your Guardian?

Family conflict can become exacerbated when a parent ages.  Children who have disagreed or fought with their parents now threaten to take control of their assets.  Sometimes the parent knows that if one child gets this power they will not act in the parent’s best interest.  How can you protect yourself? The most important step…

Singles Need to Plan Differently for Retirement

When you live alone, you need to plan for retirement differently than someone who is married or has a life-partner.  Those with a partner can, in most instances, rely on their partner to help out with expenses and be a caregiver, if they should become ill.  However, when you are single, especially if you do…

When It Comes to Veteran’s Benefits DIY Doesn’t Work

As you might expect, there are several benefits available to assist wounded or disabled Veterans. But unbeknownst to many, there are also pension benefits that exist for men and women who served and were not injured. Lack of knowledge leads veterans to miss out on the important assistance they have earned. However, it is essential to…

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