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Could Your Business Be Saving on Taxes?

Your business taxes should be one of the key areas you review on a regular basis to ensure you are taking advantage of any laws in your favor. Federal, state, and local laws change often enough that you may not realize that you are missing out on substantial savings...

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What Is Long-Term Care Insurance?

One option for paying for long-term care (LTC) is to purchase an insurance policy that covers those costs. Typically, traditional health insurance policies and Medicare provide very limited coverage. As a result, unless you can qualify for Medicaid, you must buy LTC...

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Does Your Business Have a Succession Plan?

Every business should have a succession plan that provides for what will happen to the company in the event of an owner’s death or disability. This is essential to maintaining the value of the business for heirs and co-owners (if you have any). If you are an owner and...

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What Is Medicaid Planning?

According to the US Department of Health & Human Services, 70% of Americans who reach the age of 65 will need some form of long-term care in their lifetime for an average of three years. Most people think of Medicaid as a health insurance plan for poor people, so...

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How to Pay and Plan for Long-Term Care

Thanks to continuing improvements in health care, the U.S. population is living longer, which also means more people requiring long-term care. As we age, the likelihood is that we will need a nursing home and/or home care assistance for some period of time. However,...

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How to Protect Assets from Your Spouse in Divorce

It is common today for couples to come to a marriage with significant assets. That doesn’t necessarily mean they come from wealthy families, but with people marrying later in life or having multiple marriages, there are more opportunities to accumulate money before...

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Does Your Business Need a Legal Risk Assessment?

If you own a business, you are subject to a host of federal, state, and local laws as well as to the terms of any agreements you made with another party (verbal or written). Any of these can result in legal liability if you fail to comply. While you may not prevent...

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Should You Go to Court Over a Business Dispute?

For many small business owners, conflicts can get personal. No matter who allegedly injured the other, you may feel wronged and want to be vindicated regardless of the cost. However, litigation should always be the last resort. It is expensive and time-consuming and...

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INSIGHTS

Could Your Business Be Saving on Taxes?

Could Your Business Be Saving on Taxes?

Your business taxes should be one of the key areas you review on a regular basis to ensure you are taking advantage of any laws in your favor. Federal, state, and local laws change often enough that you may not realize that you are missing out on substantial savings...

read more
What Is Long-Term Care Insurance?

What Is Long-Term Care Insurance?

One option for paying for long-term care (LTC) is to purchase an insurance policy that covers those costs. Typically, traditional health insurance policies and Medicare provide very limited coverage. As a result, unless you can qualify for Medicaid, you must buy LTC...

read more
Does Your Business Have a Succession Plan?

Does Your Business Have a Succession Plan?

Every business should have a succession plan that provides for what will happen to the company in the event of an owner’s death or disability. This is essential to maintaining the value of the business for heirs and co-owners (if you have any). If you are an owner and...

read more