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Monthly Archives: December 2011

Starting Your Estate Plan Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult

It is understandable that the idea of putting together an “Estate Plan” sounds very formal, time consuming and overwhelming. There can be a lot of unfamiliar documents and concepts involved. In addition, it can bring up the potentially uncomfortable thought … Continue reading

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Keep Your Estate Plan Up To Date

Many times, once we put our estate plan in place, we tend to check it off our “To Do” list and then don’t think about it anymore. It is a completed task in our minds. Except that, an estate plan … Continue reading

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Making Senior Wishes Come True

A few weeks ago, The Washington Post featured a story on an organization called the Twilight Wish Foundation. The Twilight Wish Foundation helps seniors to experience their lifelong dreams. The seniors don’t have to be battling a life threatening illness … Continue reading

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Census Results Show Graying of America Trend

The 2010 census results show that the over 65 age group grew 15.1 percent over the past 10 years. The increase was even more dramatic in some of the over 65 subgroups. For instance, the age 65-69 group increased by … Continue reading

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