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Helping to Secure Your Estate in an Insecure Market

The current Administration is looking for ways to reduce the Federal deficit and is currently targeting the Estate Tax and Life Settlements among other insurance-based planning tools.  The deficit reduction package could turn the Federal estate tax clock back to […]

Eurozone Bank Fears Assuaged – For Now

Last Thursday, September 15, 2011 the European Central Bank (ECB) announced its intent – through a joint effort with the Federal Reserve Bank, the Bank of England, the Bank of Japan and the Swiss National Bank – to provide US […]

A Quick Reflection on the Summer of 2011

As we near the first day of autumn (on September 23rd), we thought we’d take the opportunity to reflect – both on the events of these past few months as well as a few “fun facts” about our economy in […]

Retirement: A Taxing Endeavor for the Unprepared

Much of the recent debt ceiling controversy has centered around Republicans’ desire not to increase taxes, but a simple glance at our growing debt would lead any sound-minded individual to anticipate the necessity for tax increases in the years to […]