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QDRO for Married Couples without Divorce: Pay Less Taxes/Other Benefits
We will begin a series of blogs dealing with an innovative retirement planning concept for married couples over the next several months. Be on the lookout for information related to a QDRO for married couples. This can be an effective method of deferring tax liability, gaining control over investments, accessing retirement plan funds to pay […]read more >
What Should be Included in Living Wills?
Living wills are designed to make it possible for you to decide what level of extraordinary medical care you wish to receive, if any, if you have a terminal condition or an end-stage condition and cannot speak for yourself. Living wills can also give you the opportunity to explain what medical care you wish to receive if you […]read more >