You can plan to meet the costs through a variety of methods. Provided by Pam Prine How can you cover your child’s future college costs? Saving early (and often) may be key for most families. Here are some college savings vehicles to consider. 529 college savings plans. Offered by states and some educational institutions, these…

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The SECURE Act and CARES Act may complicate the decision. Provided by Kim Dyer As a small-business owner, figuring out retirement choices can be a little intimidating. How do you pick the most appropriate retirement plan for your business as well as your employees? There are three main types of retirement plans for small businesses:…

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Why are they made again and again? Provided by Pam Prine Much is out there about the classic financial mistakes that plague start-ups, family businesses, corporations, and charities. Aside from these blunders, some classic financial missteps plague retirees.    Calling them “mistakes” may be a bit harsh, as not all of them represent errors in judgment.…

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Prepare now to better protect your business in the future. Provided by Pam Prine As a business owner, you’ve worked hard for your success. The long hours, the difficult decisions, and the sacrifices you have made have led to where you are today. The last thing you want is to suffer a disruption to your…

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What to check (and double-check). Provided by Kim Dyer Create a will if you do not yet have one. A valid will may save your heirs from some expensive headaches linked to probate and ambiguity. A solid will drafted with the guidance of an estate planning attorney will likely cost you a bit more than…

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After a bit of political posturing in December, the $900 billion Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (2021 CAA) was signed into law by President Trump as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact employers and employees. Here’s a quick recap of five key highlights: Stimulus Checks: The new law authorized a second round of $600 checks…

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