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  • Creating an Estate Plan Should Be Your New Year’s Resolution
    Creating an Estate Plan Should Be Your New Year’s Resolution

    What do healthy eating, regular exercise, and saving money have in common? Aside from a pitch for a brand new weight-loss program, they are the top three new year’s resolutions of 2019. If we take ...

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  • The Best Gift for Your Family: An Estate Plan
    The Best Gift for Your Family: An Estate Plan

    This month we celebrate long-kept traditions, fantastic food and, above all else, the ones we love. Family is what the holidays are all about, and we can’t wait to be with our loved ones. You may ...

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  • How to Celebrate Halloween with Someone with Special Needs
    How to Celebrate Halloween with Someone with Special Needs

    Like most children, children with special needs typically enjoy hanging out with friends, dressing up, and getting gifts from neighbors on Halloween. If you are worried about celebrating Halloween ...

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  • How Do Special Needs Trusts Work?
    How Do Special Needs Trusts Work?

    For decades, people have used trusts to give money to loved ones. One reason trusts stand the test of times is that there is a trust to fit (almost) every occasion. For example, if you need ultimate ...

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  • How Do Monetary Gifts Impact Special Needs Benefits?
    How Do Monetary Gifts Impact Special Needs Benefits?

    Accidentally hurting someone feels bad, especially when you are trying to help. Unfortunately, friends and family can inadvertently harm a special needs person by giving them a monetary gift. How can ...

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  • How to Properly Provide Financial Assistance to Help Someone with Special Needs Through College
    How to Properly Provide Financial Assistance to Help Someone with Special Needs Through College

    As we all know, college is more expensive than ever before. After a four-year education, people are piling up debts that are going to take more than a decade to pay off. Despite the price, finishing ...

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