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Your Executor Doesn’t Want to Serve?

What if Your Executor Doesn’t Want to Serve? When you’ve finally come to determine who you trust enough to serve as your executor, you’ll need to take the next step. It involves having a conversation with the person about what you are asking them to do. You’ll need to ask if they are willing, says

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Strategies for the “Sandwich” Generation

If you are taking care of your aging parents and still helping your own children, you are part of the “sandwich” generation. If you feel as if you will never be able to go off duty because of all the people who make demands on your time and money, here are some strategies for the

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5 Foods You Need in Your Diet for More Energy

If you’re feeling run down, you’re not alone. According to the Mayo Clinic, fatigue is one of the most common health complaints. While many things can cause fatigue, diet is often a factor. If you’ve eaten a big bowl of pasta for lunch and then struggled to stay awake later, you’re not alone. Certain foods,

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The Secret Retirement Account HSA

Medical care is one of the highest expenses in retirement. There is a way for you to save funds for these costs with a triple tax benefit. You do not get taxed on the money you contribute to your Health Savings Account (HSA), on the money you withdraw from it to pay approved medical expenses,

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Remaining Even and Fair in Estate Distribution

Treating everyone equally in estate planning can get complicated, even with the best of intentions. What if a family wants to leave their home to their daughter, who lives locally, but wants to be sure that their son, who lives far away, receives his fair share of their estate? It takes some planning, says the

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It’s Better to Plan Ahead

It’s Better to Plan Ahead. Two stories of two people who managed their personal lives very differently illustrate the enormous difference that can happen for those who refuse to prepare themselves and their families for the events that often accompany aging. As an article from Sedona Red Rock News titled “Plan ahead in case of

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