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Be aware of the Holiday Blues

It’s such a fun time of the year. Right? We are in the midst of the holiday season. For many people, it is time for the holiday party hop. In addition to family and friends, most organizations and employers are …

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Plan While You Can

Would you agree that you have more options now while you are alive and well, than after you’re dead? Would you also agree that you have more options now when you are alive and well, than after you are mentally …

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When Should I Give Up Control?

I am now in my tenth year of writing the weekly column Planning Matters for the Times Herald. If you include the Savvy magazine columns, I’ve had over 500 columns published. I am always looking for estate planning, elder law, …

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More Estate Planning Questions

On a daily basis in our office, we get a lot of estate planning questions because of all the estate planning that we do. In this column, I like to periodically cover the questions we get. Today, we are going …

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How to Pay Off Your Credit Card Debt

The average U.S. household has $5,700 in credit card debt according to the researchers at ValuePenguin. The researchers also found that the average credit card debt for balance-carrying households is $16,048. That’s more than a quarter of the annual median …

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