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Preparing for the Impact of Alzheimer’s Disease

November 10, 2020
It is estimated that by 2040, the number of Americans living with Alzheimer’s, dementia or other cognitive disorders is expected to double to close to 12 million due to the aging population, according to a recent study by RBC Wealth Management and Aon.
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What Changes are Happening to Social Security in 2021?

November 9, 2020
Here's a closer look at the seven biggest changes to Social Security in 2021
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Florida Estate Planning Actions to Consider before 2020 Ends

November 6, 2020
If you have not already been inundated with invitations to webinars, articles and newsletters regarding  estate planning, you should consider doing so before the end of the year, since you undoubtedly will receive these over the next few months.
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Can I Leave My Pet Some of My Estate?

November 5, 2020
In addition to writing wills, Minnesotans are now setting up trusts to care for pets, ranging from dogs and horses to parrots and raccoons.
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Prince’s Estate Hits the IRS with a Million Dollar Lawsuit

November 4, 2020
Prince’s sudden death in 2016 triggered numerous court proceedings. First, probate documents had to be filed in court because Prince died without a will.
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How to Benefit from a Roth IRA and Social Security

November 3, 2020
Although Social Security helps millions of seniors stay afloat financially, living on those benefits alone could mean winding up cash-strapped in retirement.
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The Wrong Florida Power of Attorney Could Lead to a Bad Outcome

November 2, 2020
When do you need your estate plan to ‘go to work’ for you? While you may think the right answer is ‘after I die,’ the actual answer is ‘if I lose the ability to manage my own affairs.’
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Cornelius Vanderbilt Created an Estate Plan, but Should I?

October 30, 2020
Cornelius Vanderbilt was among the richest Americans ever to have lived. Born in 1794, he built his fortune on railroads and shipping. To put his wealth into context, in today’s dollars when adding inflation, his fortune would be worth $215.7 billion.
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How Important Is Avoiding Probate?

October 29, 2020
Probate is a process to transfer the assets after someone dies. For example, when a homeowner passes, probate allows for the home to be sold or transferred, if necessary, even though the owner is no longer alive to sign a deed.
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Can I Afford In-Home Senior Care?

October 28, 2020
Amid headlines of COVID-19 infiltrating nursing homes and large senior care facilities, it’s understandable that many Americans would prefer to avoid assisted living environments as they grow older. However, the trend to age in place predates the pandemic. Remaining at home was the first choice for 76% of Americans age 50 and older, according to a 2018 AARP survey.
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