Thousands of Social Security Recipients Owe Medicare Premiums
Social Security didn’t make Medicare payments.
Many Consider Their Pets in Estate Planning
If your pets are considered members of the family, you may set up some protections for them.
Parents with Young Children Face Additional Estate Planning Challenges
What happens to your young children, if something happens to you?
Early Stages of Dementia May Not Mean Work Is Over
If you are diagnosed with dementia, you should begin to make plans.
A Life Estate Deed Is Often a Good Tool in Estate Plan
Both the owner and the heir can benefit by this deed.
Grown Children May Still Need Your Protection
You do not have medical or financial rights, unless you have these documents.
What are Your Plans for Retiring from Your Business?
If you own your own business, you most likely have a lot of freedom but also a lot of responsibility.
Reducing Your Income Taxes During Retirement
There are other options than the traditional 401(k).
Just a Few Assets? You Still Need a Will and Estate Plan
Your family has a better chance of a strong future, if you leave behind a plan.
Planning for Retirement? Are Your Expectations Accurate?
Look over your finances and be careful of credit card debt.