September 2017 Archives

Where Can You Turn When Seeking Help for Aging Parents?

The population of the United States is aging rapidly. The number of Americans ages 65 and older is projected to increase dramatically from 46 million today to over 70 million by 2030. Known as the "baby boomers", the 65-and-older age group's share of the total population will rise from 15 percent to nearly 24 percent.  

How Can a Living Trust Benefit You and Your Loved Ones?

A Living Trust (also sometimes called a Revocable Trust) is a written document which allows the person setting it up to provide for the holding and distribution of their assets. In effect, a Living Trust is much like a Last Will and Testament in that it designates to whom assets are to be distributed and who will be in charge of distributing them. However, the way the Living Trust accomplishes these objectives is significantly different and thereby offers some definite benefits to both you and to your loved ones. Here are the major benefits:

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