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Getting Out of Your Timeshare (the Right Way)

That resort where you bought a timeshare seemed like a great idea at the time. A beautiful vacation home with great amenities, available just when you need it, with no worries about maintaining it or renting it out the rest of the year. If your resor… Read More
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Categories: Finances

Three Ways to Tap Into Retirement Savings Early During a Financial Crisis

The COVID-19 Pandemic has wrought havoc on more than just the nation’s health. It has affected people’s finances as well. Congress anticipated this, and in March 2020, passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Among t… Read More
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Categories: Finances

Expecting (and Planning for) Financial Setbacks After Retirement

They call them “the golden years.” You have retired after decades of hard work, with a nest egg you’ve carefully built up during that time. The years after retirement are meant to be enjoyed in peace and security: traveling, enjoying grandchild… Read More
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Categories: Finances

Know Your Options Under Michigan’s New No-Fault Auto Insurance Law

On July 1, 2020, new no-fault auto insurance law takes effect in Michigan. While we don’t typically write about auto insurance in this space, we do frequently write about news that may have an impact on our readers’ finances—and the new Michiga… Read More
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Categories: Finances

How to Help a Loved One Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s

You may have had your suspicions for months, or even years, but the diagnosis is still devastating when it comes: your loved one has Alzheimer’s. As a caregiver, you join the over 16 million family members and friends in the United States who are o… Read More
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Electronic Wills: Coming Soon to Michigan?

Technology has always changed the way people communicate and transact business, and in the past few decades, the pace of that change has only intensified. If you’re fifty years old, for example, you remember when research had to be done in a librar… Read More
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Categories: Estate Planning

Don’t Ignore the Symptoms of a Mini-Stroke!

At the best of times, busy adults have a tendency to shrug off irritating symptoms that feel minor or go away quickly. Often, that’s not a problem: the stomach pain is indigestion, not cancer, or the cough is just a momentary irritation of the thro… Read More
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Categories: Elder Law

The Roth Five-Year Rule: What You Need to Know

Roth accounts are popular vehicles for saving for retirement. Nearly 20% of American households have a member with a Roth IRA, and nearly 70% of employers offer a Roth 401(k) option. If you have a Roth IRA, Roth 401(k), or other Roth account, you may… Read More
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Categories: Finances

Watch Out For These Four Coronavirus Scams Aimed at Seniors!

During any public crisis, there are always bad actors who come out of the woodwork with scams designed to take advantage of people’s confusion or fear. The current coronavirus pandemic is no exception, unfortunately. Older people are, in general, a… Read More
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Three Documents You Need During a Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic that is encircling the globe caught most people by surprise. We haven’t experienced an outbreak like this in a century. Most people are scrambling to respond to the pandemic on a number of fronts: purchasing up on cleaning… Read More
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Categories: Estate Planning

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