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“Callous and Despicable” and an “Insult to every American who ever wore a Military uniform”

Yet another so called “veteran’s advocate” group has bit the dust but this time they took with them our lieutenant governor and 57 others who are under indictment and an inquiry into the funding of political campaigns. The quote above

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Invitation to a Very Special Veteran’s Benefits Program

Veteran’s Benefits Program   You are cordially invited to a rare opportunity to an update on how we can assist our senior veterans and their surviving spouses with the honor and dignity they deserve. Topics to be covered: Income and asset

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Think Medicare HMO Advantage Covers Everything? Think Again!

If you’re enrolling in Medicare, you need to know the facts about out-of-pocket costs associated with HMO Advantage plans. Make no mistake – these plans can be appropriate for a lot of people. But you’d better make sure you’re one

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Your College-Age Child Needs A Durable Power Of Attorney – Believe It Or Not!

By now, we’ve all heard the news – again. At a college, this time, rather than a mall or a movie theater or a high school. But mass-shootings at colleges, unfortunately, are not new. In February, 2008, five students died

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‘Spiritual’ Estate Planning Passes on Values of Departed

By Donna Gehrke-White, Sun Sentinel 8:36 a.m. EST, November 11, 2012     “Spiritual” estate planning — deciding how to pass down money based on values — is becoming a hot topic for baby boomers who want to make sure their

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Leaving a “spiritual legacy”

October 18, 2012 By David A. Schwartz, Staff Writer (Sun-Sentinel) 11:07 a.m. EDT, October 18, 2012   Attorney Alice Reiter Feld thinks that leaving family members a “spiritual legacy” can be as important as leaving them money and possessions. “Monetary gifts

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Alice In The News: Veterans Benefit Reforms Could Slow Approvals

Federal investigators this week urged Congress to crack down on a veteran’s benefit that South Florida seniors are tapping to pay for assisted living and other care. The report by the Government Accountability Office, released Wednesday at a Senate Special

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