estate planning

So you have an estate: Now what?

Most federal workers have college degrees. Most Americans don’t. While that doesn’t automatically mean anything, it’s something to consider when…

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Mike Causey

It’s your estate, but who gets it?

There’s nothing like a once-in-a-lifetime global pandemic to focus one’s thinking. This year has been one for the the books.

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The art of leaving a legible financial footprint

Most people know they are worth more dead than alive. But many — including those who survive them — don’t know how much more.

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FILE - In this June 15, 2018, file photo, cash is fanned out from a wallet in North Andover, Mass.  High-interest payday and online lenders have long been among the few options for Americans with bad credit and lower incomes. Guidance issued in the spring by federal regulators cut a previously suggested rate cap on loans and that could mean banks start lending small-dollar, high-interest loans. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File)

Divorced, kids grown, moving? Time for a pre-checkout checkup!

And during times like this, when a pandemic is still running wild, your estate, which you may not have known you had, probably needs a little work because the old rules no longer apply.

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