Category Archives: Estate Planning

What Is A Blind Trust?

Many people wonder, 'what is a blind trust?'.  A blind trust is a type of trust that is commonly used by people who are in a government office or other public figures to help them avoid potential conflicts of interest.  In a blind trust, a trustee is assigned to manage the assets inside the trust…
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A To-Do List For A Surviving Spouse

This article came from Kiplinger.com and it's called "A To-Do List For A Surviving Spouse".   by Susan B. Garland Monday, August 29, 2011 The death of a spouse is one of the most devastating events of a person's life. To make matters worse, at a time when you feel incapable of dealing with life's routines, you're slammed with…
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Time To March Forth!

That's right, today is March 4th, the only call to action day of the year.  It's a day to get things done, to check some things off your list, to start moving forward.  I love this day, March 4th, because it reminds me that I need to continue to MARCH FORTH and achieve my goals. What have you been putting…
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Is Long-Term Care Insurance A Rip-Off?

Most people don’t buy long-term care insurance due to the fear of not needing it. Asset-based long-term care gives you the protection if you need it, and your money back if you don’t.
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