Category Archives for Financial Planning

Take Advantage of National Estate Planning Awareness Week

Did you know this week is National Estate Planning Awareness Week? No, really, it is! And it isn’t one of those made-up holidays like National Lemon Meringue Pie Day or International Talk Like a

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Planning for Charitable Giving

As The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC gives back to Household Goods this season, we encourage our clients, partners, and readers support causes and organization in their own neighborhoods wich

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Five Reasons To Never Give An Outright Inheritance To Your Children – and What to Do Instead!

If you’re like me, you want to leave an inheritance for your children. It’s likely part of what you are working so hard to do. But, far too often, the way we leave those inheritances actually does

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Kelly Clarkson’s Blended Family: What She Needs to Consider

Starting a new family is always exciting and even a tad scary. This natural apprehension can be enhanced when a couple creates a blended family. Bringing children from different parents together presents

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Are You Leaving Your Retirement Account at Risk?

You’ve spent your entire life building up your retirement account. It may even be the biggest asset you’ll leave behind for the people you love. If that’s the case, you may want to consider creating

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Financial Advice for New Home Owners

by guest blogger, Joelle Spear, CFP® of Canby Financial Advisors, LLC Congratulations. You are now part of the American Dream. You made it. After a long process from open houses to the closing table,

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When Is the Purchase of Long-Term Care Insurance Worth It?

Elder Care is emerging as a significant issue for many people as life spans continue to increase. It is nice to know that because of health care advances, we can expect to live longer, but there are no

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Lottery

What to do with a cash windfall

Many of us like to fantasize about winning the lottery. We muse with our friends about how we might spend the money, and we dream about never wanting for anything ever again. The odds are against us, of

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Saving Money

Got a Job? How You Can Save Money You Might Be Losing Right Now

Did you know there are many steps that you can take to save money via your employment? Some of these strategies work by allowing you to pay for things with pre-tax money, which could up to 40% (depending

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Financial Myths About Getting a Divorce

Financial Myths About Getting a Divorce

If your marriage is on the rocks, one of your many worries is probably the impact divorce will have on your financial life. An attorney can support you with a thorough analysis of your assets and understanding

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