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Blog Posts in April, 2014

What Is a Power of Attorney?

Power of attorney (POA) is a written authorization to act on another's behalf in their financial or business affairs, or with another legal matter. The person who authorizes another to act is ...
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What Is Asset Protection & Why Is It Important?

Considering the fact that you have worked hard to earn your assets, you're going to want to employ certain strategies that will shield them from foreseeable and unforeseeable problems such as ...
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Wills vs. Trusts: Which Is Right for Me?

When you have worked hard to save your money and invest your assets, you want those assets to be safe, you want them to grow, and you want to be able to live a comfortable retirement and generally ...
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