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Are You Having Troubles Managing Personal Or Financial Aspects Of Your Life?

When you visit your aging parents do they appear to be having troubles managing the personal or financial aspects of their life? Are their bills going unpaid? Is the refrigerator bare? Does it [...]

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How To Leave Property To Your Children

How To Leave Property To Your Children When planning your estate and the disposition of your property after your death, you may be wondering about the best ways in which to leave property to your [...]

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The Importance Of Family Long-Term Planning

The Importance Of Family Long-Term Planning Did you know, “an estimated 65 million Americans provide care to an aging relative”? According to the Caregiver Network, that “free” care has a value [...]

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How To Protect Your Aging Parents

How To Protect Your Aging Parents Children of aging parents may be faced with the question of, “How can we protect Mom and Dad?” Having a conversation with family members and your Rochester Elder [...]

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What Happens With Your Digital Accounts When You Die

What Happens With Your Digital Accounts When You Die? You may never have considered what happens to your email account(s), Facebook page, online banking and other online sites when you die. If [...]

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Estate Planning For The Younger Generations

No one likes to think about the prospect of being old, disabled, incapacitated or dying. But it is when you are young that you should think about your finances, your possessions and your family. [...]

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Stay Up On New Estate Planning Laws

Deciding how to pass on your assets to your heirs is an integral part of the estate planning process. But what’s the smartest path, since tax laws change from time to time? Beneficiary [...]

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Estate Planning vs. Business Transition: What’s The Difference?

Many folks confuse estate planning with business transition. They are actually quite different. A story on columbustelegram.com says estate planning involves the transfer of wealth and assets of [...]

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Estate Plan 14-Point Checklist

Plenty of Americans have estate plans that are incomplete or don’t address important issues. An article on marketwatch.com lists a 14-point checklist to help create a sound estate plan. The most [...]

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Don’t Let Divorce Interfere With Estate Planning

When a long-married couple divorces, it can be particularly difficult when it comes to retirement and estate plans. Assets, including retirement accounts, can be complicated to divide, and the [...]