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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Places That Will Take Care of Your Pet If Something Happens to You

by Kristin Hunt, Everplans... It’s currently estimated that only 9% of people with Wills include provisions for their cats, dogs, or exotic birds. And unless you already have a sibling or friend who’s explicitly pledged to look after Pawudrey Hepburn, that could leave your pet in limbo if something serious happens to you.



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Monday, September 17, 2018

Estate Planning Is Dead

by Daniel Scott, Forbes

July 26, 2018 Link to Original Article 

Estate planning is dead. Gone are the days of creating legal structures to hold your assets, pass your fortune on to the next generation and, of course, avoid paying estate taxes. Gone are the days of planning for your death. It’s time to plan for your life.



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Monday, August 6, 2018

Back-to-School Checklist: A Reminder to Reassess your Financial Planning (Part 1)

Back-to-school season is all about fresh starts!  Inspired by the importance of preparation in starting a new school year, we have provided a two-part checklist that will help you and your family prepare for the future! Read more for Part 1!

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Monday, May 7, 2018

I Do…But First Sign Here: Prenuptial Agreements, Postnuptial Agreements, Cohabitation agreements

 

Are you and your significant other considering a prenuptial, postnuptial or cohabitation agreement?  If so, this week's blog gives a quick and informative look into these three types of agreements!


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Friday, April 27, 2018

Avoiding Entrepreneurial Burnout

 

Entrepreneurs are especially vulnerable to career burnout.  Combat this career killer by following these techniques!


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Friday, January 26, 2018

Getting Organized in 2018: A Guide to Set Yourself Up for Success!

Happy 2018!  Keep celebrating and carry on!  Along with your new year's resolutions, we are going to discuss some savvy organizational tools to help carry you throughout the year!


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Friday, December 1, 2017

Legacy Planning: Why Planning for your Legacy will Benefit Your Estate.

Legacy Planning is an integral part of planning for your estate, we are going to give some insight as to how your legacy can be conceptualized while planning for your estate!

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Things to be Thankful For: Giving Generously in Your Estate Plan

For our Thanksgiving edition, we talk about being generous in your estate plan. If you are thinking of options to give generously while providing for loved ones, this is for you! 

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Monday, November 6, 2017

The Proposed GOP Tax Overhaul: A Summary of its Key Points for Nevada Families & Businesses (Part 2)

Yesterday, majority House leaders rolled out a proposed tax overhaul that would drastically reform tax policy. The 429-page bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, introduced on November 2, 2017 includes provisions that target an array of tax policies including mortgage interest caps, corporate tax rates, estate taxes and death tax.   The proposed tax plan is still in the beginning phases of legislation and is still being debated amongst majority leaders.  The bill’s debut comes on the heels of a less than productive political year.  Majority leaders have yet to pass a piece of major legislation since the election of Donald Trump.  Although, many GOP representatives are not sold on the proposed legislation, there is an over-arching pressure to pass a paramount legislation before the election year begins.

This tax bill, if passed, will have a major effect on many individuals, families, business owners.  Although the bill is still in the beginning stages of legislation, and it is likely that provisions will be changed, revised or deleted, we’re providing a two-party summary of the key components of the bill in its current form.


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Friday, November 3, 2017

The Proposed GOP Tax Overhaul: A Summary of its Key Points for Nevada Families & Businesses (Part 1)

Yesterday, majority House leaders rolled out a proposed tax overhaul that would drastically reform tax policy. The 429-page bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, introduced on November 2, 2017 includes provisions that target an array of tax policies including mortgage interest caps, corporate tax rates, estate taxes and death tax.   The proposed tax plan is still in the beginning phases of legislation and is still being debated amongst majority leaders.  The bill’s debut comes on the heels of a less than productive political year.  Majority leaders have yet to pass a piece of major legislation since the election of Donald Trump.  Although, many GOP representatives are not sold on the proposed legislation, there is an over-arching pressure to pass a paramount legislation before the election year begins.

This tax bill, if passed, will have a major effect on many individuals, families, business owners.  Although the bill is still in the beginning stages of legislation, and it is likely that provisions will be changed, revised or deleted, we’re providing a two-party summary of the key components of the bill in its current form.


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Monday, October 23, 2017

Avoiding Business Mistakes: The Importance of Having a Savvy Legal Advocate in your Corner

Making choices on behalf of your business shouldn't be done impulsively.  Learn why having a legal advocate can mitigate personal liabilities and avoid decisions that can debilitate your business!

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