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  • What Will Happen to a Special Needs Child Without a Solid Estate Plan?
    What Will Happen to a Special Needs Child Without a Solid Estate Plan?

    Estate planning is always important — but it takes on even greater importance if you have a special needs child who is not expected to be financially independent. The parents of children with autism, ...

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  • New Business Travel Per Diem Rates Announced for 2020
    New Business Travel Per Diem Rates Announced for 2020

    Recordkeeping for reimbursing business travel expenses can be cumbersome. Instead of reimbursing employees for the actual costs they incur for out-of-town lodging, meals and incidentals, some ...

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  • Reap Tax Rewards from Year-End Harvesting
    Reap Tax Rewards from Year-End Harvesting

    The stock market has experienced plenty of ups and downs this year. So some investors are poised to take big gains for 2019, while others are currently showing losses and many have both. What are the ...

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  • Disability Insurance: Do You Have Enough?
    Disability Insurance: Do You Have Enough?

    If you receive group disability insurance from your company, you may think you have enough coverage to protect yourself in the event of a long-term sickness or injury. But take a closer look. One of ...

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  • Exploring Six Common Myths about Trusts
    Exploring Six Common Myths about Trusts

    Most of us know that a trust is a useful way to safeguard financial assets for your benefit or for someone else. But the common misconceptions about trusts could cause you to bypass them entirely, or ...

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  • Reducing Your Taxable Estate
    Reducing Your Taxable Estate

    Giving away money to reduce your taxable estate is a common strategy to reduce estate taxes. But in order to be valid, the gifts must be "complete" by the time the donor dies — meaning that checks ...

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