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November 29th, 2010

Why You Need a Last Will and Testament

(Estate Planners) - No one likes to think about dying, but the truth is that none of us will live forever. If you have been putting off making out a last will and testament, there is no time like now, when you’re young and healthy, to do just that. Wills are not just for the elderly or the super-rich. If you die before making a will, your assets will be distributed according to the law, not according to your wishes.

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November 22nd, 2010

Taking Inventory of Your Assets

(Estate Planners) - When making out a last will and testament, inventorying your assets is unavoidable. Using a form to account for what you have is certainly the easiest approach, but including all of your assets in your will is necessary to make sure that everything that you own is accounted for and distributed according to your wishes.

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November 15th, 2010

What are Bond and Income Funds

(Estate Planners) - For individuals looking for a fixed income from their financial investment, bond and income funds can be a good option. Bond funds focus primarily on bond investments, in combination with other types of debt securities. The type of bonds and debt instruments will vary according to the fund, but may include mortgage-backed securities, government and corporate bonds, and other bond investments.

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November 8th, 2010

What are Balanced Funds?

(Estate Planners) - Balanced funds are a great solution for investors who are looking for a combination of income, relatively low risk, and a modest appreciation in capital. Balanced mutual funds are set up in a way that combines bonds, stocks and sometimes even money market investments, all in set proportions.

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November 1st, 2010

Asset Protection Planning: How Do You Go About Protecting Your Assets?

(Estate Planners) - Proper asset protection should be an important part of financial planning. Without a good plan in place, everything you've worked so hard for could be seized as a result of a lawsuit, judgment, or other situation that could jeopardize your finances. However, asset protection is one of those things that you must plan ahead for. If you wait until

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