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October 29, 2020
Widows and Widowers Must Pay Attention to Their Financial and Estate Plan

It is perhaps one of the most significant emotional events to lose a spouse. Coping with your grief can seem to take up all of your time but the business […]

May 20, 2020
Financial Accounts Handled By A Financial Power of Attorney

It is important to thoroughly read through any power of attorney that you have created to name someone to act as your agent or that has named you as someone […]

December 19, 2019
Financial and Estate Planning Tips for Remarriage

You are combining a lot of things when you are moving in with your new spouse, including your finances. This can add unnecessary or additional financial related stress if you […]

December 5, 2019
Does My Michigan Estate Personal Representative Need Financial or Legal Experience?

Anyone who is nearing retirement or is already retired should be thinking about establishing estate planning documents and strategies. Your Michigan estate Personal Representative is a person who is appointed […]

July 18, 2019
Michigan Residents Turn to Google For Answers to Financial Questions

A new study found that the most commonly-Googled term in 2018 for Michigan residents was “income tax.” But while the Internet can help provide you with some information about taxes […]

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