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5 signs of financial elder abuse

Financial elder abuse is a serious problem that has to be addressed as soon as you see the red flags. This kind of abuse can drain an elderly person’s bank account and leave them financially destitute if it goes on for long enough. It can also result in their estate...

What is a durable power of attorney?

A durable power of attorney is used to authorize a person of your choice to handle your financial decisions if you are suddenly rendered incapable of making those decisions for yourself. The power of attorney can be enacted immediately, or at a time when you are no...

Is a team member jeopardizing your startup?

You’ve just launched your new business, so you’re learning as you move along. Your product is great, you have a solid customer base and the prospective numbers are looking good.  Unfortunately, there’s one thing that seems to be getting in the way. One of your...

Do your children want the family business?

As a business owner, it has always been your hope that you could pass the business on to one of your children. You view it as an asset for them, but you also view it as a sort of legacy. You've created this business for them and you want them to benefit from it....

Where to store your will for safekeeping

Have you done the responsible thing as an adult and created a will? If so, that’s a great first step in ensuring that your wishes will be carried out once you pass.  However, along with creating a will, you also must figure out where to keep it. After all, you need to...

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