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Your state planning documents are designed to safeguard you when incapacitated as well as to efficiently pass on your assets when you’re gone. Unfortunately, you should not “do them once” and forget about them. Here are some tips that can help.
1. Review your powers of attorney and verify those agents listed represent your current ideas on who you want …
No one should care more about your financial well-being than you. Having
objective financial information empowers you to make better decisions that
can improve the quality of your life.
In a recent study, only 28% of people trust information from a company that
is trying to sell them something. The other 72% have good cause to be
The Wall …