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Category: Business Succession

Serving Clients Across Gilbert, Queen Creek, and the Surrounding Area

Decide Before Retirement
Advanced Directives

What Must I Decide Before Retirement?

There tends to be a lot of excitement in the air as one approaches retirement. Contemplating how to spend one’s golden years represents the culmination of decades of hard work and the ability to enjoy the fruits of one’s labor. While the enthusiasm is warranted, it’s also crucial to make some important financial planning decisions before the fun begins.

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Estate planning small business
Asset Protection

How Can I Use Estate Planning for My Small Business?

Small businesses are often caught up in growth cycles, profits and ensuring that products arrive to consumers on time. The life of a small business owner is a hectic one with many owners failing to follow basic estate planning and business law practices.

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Non-Medical Checkup
Asset Protection

A Non-Medical Checkup – For Your Estate Plan

For example, did you name someone as an heir who is no longer in favor with you or—worse yet—has died? Who should get what they would have gotten? Are there now new people in your life—be they family members or not—whom you might wish to share in what you may have?

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Better Plan Than Reverse Mortgage
Asset Protection

Is there a Better Plan than a Reverse Mortgage?

Using the equity in your residence is a method many people use to raise cash. There are several methods that a homeowner may use to tap into this income vein, but some may be better suited than others. One popular option—that often fills the airwaves with commercials—is the reverse mortgage. However, while popular, this may not be the best choice for many homeowners.

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LLC for Estate Planning
Asset Protection

Should I Create an LLC for Estate Planning?

Somewhere between a corporation and a partnership lies the limited liability company (LLC). This hybrid legal entity is beneficial not just for small-business owners but is also a powerful tool for estate planning.

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