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Tuesday, 30 November 2010 08:53
It might sound strange to be told to insure your retirement funds, but after working hard and diligently saving all that money, wouldn't you want to make sure that the funds will be there for you when you need them?

As you move into retirement, you are also moving towards age-related health problems. Events beyond your control, such as stroke, heart disease and cognitive impairment can change one's way of life.

Many people are under the impression that government programs such as Medicare...

Sunday, 21 November 2010 09:53
Why Plan For Your Pet?

As a pet owner, you want the best for your pets.  When the day comes that you are no longer able to provide for the care of your pets, your estate plan can ensure that your wishes are known to those who will care for your pets.  Proper planning can provide for the care of your pets not only in the event of death, but also for incapacity or temporary emergencies. Planning can lead to peace of mind, so you can rest assured that your pets will be cared for in the way...

Saturday, 20 November 2010 09:53
(Commonly Called Aid and Attendance)

Why is it important for government agencies, care providers or eldercare advisers to know about Pension?

The national care planning Council estimates that approximately 11.5 million seniors -- about 33% of all people over 65 -- could qualify for Pension or Death Pension by meeting the tests outlined in this fact sheet. That's how many war veterans or their surviving spouses or their living spouses there are in this country. Unfortunately, few people...

Friday, 19 November 2010 09:53
Common Estate Planning Questions and Answers

WHAT IS ESTATE PLANNING? Estate Planning is preparing for the orderly transfer of everything you have, to everyone you care about. In short, it is legally arranging to give what you have, to those you want to receive it, when and how you want them to receive it, with a minimum of taxes, court costs, legal fees and hassle for your family.

WHO SHOULD PLAN? Everyone, single or married, who has accumulated any assets and wishes to determine how those...

Thursday, 18 November 2010 09:53
I am too young to worry about estate planning.

Anyone in their 40s, 30s or even 20s is not too young to consider estate planning. Generally people in these age groups are planning for their future. Even if you do not have a “large” estate, there are many reasons to complete an estate plan aside from saving taxes. If you have children, at a minimum, a Will is essential. Without a Will, the State of Washington will select a guardian for your children, and that person may not be your...

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