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Seeking Associate Attorney for Well-Known Elder Law Firm

Please read this posting thoroughly before applying; it is long to eliminate applicants who are not a good fit for our firm. This position is not for the faint of heart! Seeking associate attorney in elder law and estate planning

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Can You Hear Me? If Not… Welcome To The Club!

When you go to a restaurant, do you have trouble hearing the waiter? If you’re a Boomer or older, the answer, much of the time, is probably “Yes.” If so, you’re experiencing something called “presbycusis” – in more practical terms,

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Two Crucial Documents That College Students Need

Is your “baby” going away to college? Or, has he/she recently gone away to college? If so, you’ve no doubt spent a lot of time poring over lists lately, to determine what’s a “want” and what’s a “need.” And you’ve

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Planning To Retire This Year? Ask Yourself These Questions First! – Part 2

In our last blog, we touched on a few questions you should consider before leaving your 9-5 career behind for a 24/7 retirement. We’re talking about the rest of your life. And if you’re not ready – emotionally or financially

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Planning to Retire This Year? Ask Yourself These Questions First! – Part 1

My Boomer clients talk about retiring all the time. And I always tell them the same thing: If you’re thinking about retiring…think hard! You’ll have to make big decisions about things such as Social Security and taxes – in advance.

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The Fiscal Cliff Has Been Avoided – For Now – Part 2

More meat-and-potatoes about the bill that avoided the Fiscal Cliff… CLASS ACT REPEAL: The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 repeals the CLASS Act, and provides for the establishment of a Commission on Long-Term Care. According to some reports, President

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The Fiscal Cliff Has Been Avoided – For Now – Part 1

It’s complicated. But, complicated or not, it’s going to affect everyone – especially Boomers and Seniors. The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 was actually passed by the Senate in 2013…at 2 a.m. on New Year’s Day. After speculation on

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