Legacy: Estate Planning

Legacy: Estate Planning

Estate planning sounds like a major undertaking, but it can be really very simple. Unless you have an estate valued over 5 or 10 million, you can have a very simple estate plan. A one or two hour meeting with an estate planning attorney can inform you of the right...
Legacy: Preserving Your Resources

Legacy: Preserving Your Resources

Whether you are married or single, it is incredibly important to have a plan in place for the possibility that you become incompetent, or when you die. Yes, we all die. There’s no secret in that fact of life. We don’t know when or how, but we all know our time on this...
Legacy: Be Intentional

Legacy: Be Intentional

Legacy is defined by Merriam-Webster as “a gift by will, especially of money or other personal property” and “something transmitted by or received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past.” There are essentially three types of legacy: memory (your story),...

Don’t Let a New Credit Card Destroy You

 Thinking of signing up for a new #CreditCard to take advantage of those introductory offers? The perks can be great, but things can also quickly get out of control. Read our tips to keep credit cards from destroying you...

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