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Planning for the Costs of Dementia & Long Term Elderly Care

Dementia is a grave condition, and its prevalence continues to grow at a staggering pace. In fact, dementia has been dubbed by some as the "silent epidemic." According to Forbes, the number of people worldwide with dementia has been steadily climbing and is expected to double every 20 years. An estimated 75 million people will be living with this disease by 2030, and the number will most likely climb to 135 million by 2050. This increase in the incidence of dementia is largely attributed to longer lifespans in both poor and rich areas of the world. 

As dementia becomes more and more widespread, everyone must learn to recognize the warning signs and plan for caregiving. By making important medical and financial decisions in advance, families can ensure the long-term well-being of their loved ones.

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How to Assemble The Right Team of Trusted Advisors

Having a team of skilled and knowledgeable business professionals is one of the best ways to protect your family’s wealth. However, assembling the right team can be a challenge. Members of this team should not only have unique abilities and varied areas of expertise, but they must also be reliable and trustworthy. So how do you build this team? Just follow the steps below to create your very own super group of advisors!

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How Will the Trump Presidency Affect Your Financial Future?

It’s been just a short time since Donald Trump took the oath as 45th President of the United States, and already there has been a lot of debate around how he will impact the lives of average Americans in terms of jobs, economy, taxes, investments, and more.

Whether you are a Republican, Democrat, Independent or indifferent, you may find yourself wondering how the Trump presidency will affect you, your family and your investment strategy. Will this new president make any unprecedented changes that will profoundly impact your financial future, for better or for worse?

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Planning For Retirement While Saving For Your Family’s Needs

In your 30s, perhaps you purchased your first house or condo. When children came along, you found a larger place to live. As the years progressed, you managed to keep up with your family’s rising expenses.

But now, your son or daughter is ready to start college, and you’re not sure how you’ll come up with the money to pay for it. In situations like this, planning for retirement often takes a back seat to more immediate needs, with consequences down the road.

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