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Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2015’

  • Off to College? A Health Care Tip for Students and Parents

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    When your child (18 or older) goes off to college, you may be so preoccupied with paying tuition and helping him or her move into the dorm that you overlook one very important fact. By law, your child is an adult! Under The Health Insurance …

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  • Planning Your Own Estate: Are Lawyers Even Necessary?

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    With the advent of the internet, many people have turned to online resources to draft their own Will and other estate planning documents.  Has the need for estate planning attorneys come to an end? In an episode of the 1980’s sitcom Family Ties, Alex (Michael J. …

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  • Use Your Inheritance Wisely!

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    Avoid mistakes commonly made by those who come into an inheritance and keep in mind these tips for when you receive yours: 1.    Set up or add to your emergency fund.  Job loss and unexpected expenses happen.  Have at least 6 months of living expenses in …

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  • Co-Executors or Alternative Executors: Which is Better for You?

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    The person you name as the executor of your will should be able and willing to carry out your final wishes.  If you have more than one child, you may feel compelled to name them co-executors in an effort not to hurt any of your …

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