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4 Exercises to Achieve Financial Fitness

So it’s January, and like many others you’re resolved to be more fit. Maybe you join a gym, begin juicing your vegetables and take the stairs instead of the elevator. But what about your financial fitness? January is Financial Wellness Month, which makes it the perfect time to apply the ...
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Planning for Financial Wellness in Retirement

There is often an initial scramble that comes during the transition from 30+ years of dutiful employment to retirement. Some may pick up new hobbies, while others may pursue lifelong dreams or continue doing part-time work to fill the new void in their daily schedules. Regardless of what your retirement ...
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Veterans Day Open House

SSR Veterans Day Open House Veterans Day is Saturday, November 11 and in order to commemorate the service and sacrifice of military veterans everywhere, the SSR Law Office is holding an Open House event Friday, November 10 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The open house will include refreshments and ...
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Veterans Pension Benefits – Aid and Attendance

Serving in the United States armed forces demands great sacrifice. But for veterans who return to civilian life, there are myriad benefits. Some veterans benefits are well-known and significant, such as the G.I. Bill to assist in paying for higher education. Others are common and more mundane, such as free ...
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Difference between a Will and a Trust

Do I need a Will or a Trust? The reading of a deceased person’s last will and testament is often dramatized in popular culture — as a black-clothed widow sobs, anxious relatives wait to see if they’ve been granted a piece of Uncle Harry’s vast riches. But a will is ...
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How do You Decide Power of Attorney for Aging Parents?

When you sign a power of attorney, you give someone else the power to act on your behalf. This person – or agent – can make important legal decisions for you related to things like healthcare, finance, and business. A power of attorney is often a necessary step for aging ...
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Amended American Health Care Act Passes House

The House of Representatives passed an amended version of the American Health Care Act today, May 4, 2017. Beyond reforming the health insurance system, the Amended American Health Care Act would turn Medicaid’s financing structure to a fixed federal contribution per beneficiary. The Congressional Budget Office estimates this would cut ...
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Michigan Legislature Eliminates Dower

In its lame duck session, the legislature passed a package of bills which eliminated dower in the state of Michigan. Dower is the interest in the real estate of a deceased husband given by law to his widow during her life. Up until now, Michigan was the only state that ...
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