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How the Rich Get Richer

Sadly, Paul Allen has died after a protracted battle with cancer.  Allen was a shrewd financier whose estate, remarkably, is unlikely will owe the IRS any of his $20 billion estate.  Now that is an estate plan that works!! In the 1980s, when Paul Allen learned he was...

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Time for a Trust Review

Trusts are not created equal; make sure your estate plan will work when it needs to. You may have a trust that no longer serves its purpose. This happens for a few different reasons: Poor Set-up. The drafting attorney didn’t listen or understand to your wishes. Too...

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The Consequences of Aging

As Baby Boomers continue to come of age (old age, that is), and genetic testing gets better at predicting what our future health might look like, there are facts you need to know and myths that need to be uncovered. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, one in...

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Litigation Resolves Tupac’s Estate Issues

It took five years and thousands of dollars in legal fees but the issue of who gets the royalties from Tupac Shakur's unpublished music is finally resolved.    In 2013, Entertainment One company was sued by Tupac’s estate alleging that the company was keeping his...

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Corporate Trustee Versus a Family Member

It is not unusual for most of us when creating our estate plan to consider naming a friend or relative with a background in finance or law to be the Successor Trustee for our trust, but there is an important alternative worth consideration. When it comes to naming a...

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The Earnings Test

Understanding Social Security may be something we all aspire to but few of us spend the time needed to navigate this complicated program.  Even if you’ve learned the basics, Social Security is adding to their regulations all the time.  However, this is an important...

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Reporting Elder Abuse is Now Mandatory

It would seem to be common sense that any professional that comes in contact with the elderly person who believes that may be the victim of abuse would be required to report it, right? Ohio just passed a law making it mandatory to report such abuse. Ohio has expanded...

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Life Insurance: Is It Part of a Good Plan?

Life insurance can be useful in paying off debt, covering funeral costs and serving as a useful resource so that estate proceeds or any one person’s savings don’t have to be tapped. Life insurance may be the least sexy part of the transition from one farming...

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Information Means Power in Retirement

Most people who work for a living dream of retirement. However, for many workers, the idea of retirement comes with its own worries. Will there be enough money? Will I be healthy enough to enjoy it? It should come as no surprise that money and health are the two...

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The Single Baby Boomer: A “Solo Ager”

As we age, being single is not as much fun as it was in our twenties.  In fact, “Solo Agers”, as they are now known, face unique challenges, as their needs begin to change. Did you know that a study from the Pew Research Center says about 20% of the 75 million baby...

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Posted on November 16, 2018
Sadly, Paul Allen has died after a protracted battle with cancer.  Allen was a shrewd

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