Northington Blog

6.16.14

PlanForComfort: An Introduction To Heather Nelson

I am a work-in-process, but my goal is to be vulnerable and transparent with who I am, what I believe, and what I am passionate about….this puts everything at risk because not everyone agrees with me on…well, everything…but at least I am being true to who I really am…and most importantly to my heart.

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5.27.14

PlanForComfort: Understanding Long Term Care Insurance

Most people associate long-term care with the elderly. But it applies to the ongoing care of individuals of all ages who can no longer independently perform basic activities of daily living (ADLs)–such as bathing, dressing, or eating–due to an illness, injury, or cognitive disorder.

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5.15.14

An introduction to Mark Wilson, Advanced Forensic Investigations

a divorcing spouse may find normally law-abiding people, such as parents, children, and friends, to assist in the concealment of assets.

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5.7.14

Business Owner Succession Planning

Every successful business owner must eventually face the question: What will happen to my business when I become disabled, retire, or die?

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4.28.14

Natural Disaster Planning for Small Businesses

Whether your small business survives a natural disaster may depend as much (if not more) on the plans you put in place now, before a disaster occurs, as on what you do after a disaster strikes.

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4.21.14

Four Planning Considerations for Every Small Business Owner

Every successful business owner must eventually face the question: What will happen to my business when I become disabled, retire, or die?

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4.15.14

Retirement Plans for Your Small Business

If you’re a small business owner and haven’t established a retirement savings plan, what are you waiting for? It’s time to select the plan that best fits your needs, and the needs of your employees

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4.7.14

An Introduction to Dr. Courtney Larson, D.C. – Associate Doctor, The Natural State Health Center

Educating people on good spinal health is why I wake up every morning. This is the one aspect of health that is most neglected in our culture.

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3.31.14

Organizing Your Finances After Your Spouse Has Died

Do not be hasty when settling your spouse’s estate. Important decisions need to be made regarding distributions, which must be made in compliance with the will and applicable laws. Seek an experienced estate planning attorney for advice

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3.17.14

Home Office Deduction Rules Get a Remodel

Your home office must be used regularly and exclusively as your principal place of business, or as a place where you meet or deal with clients, patients, or customers, in the normal course of your business. If you have a business outside your home, but conduct substantial administrative and management tasks for your business at home (e.g., billing clients, keeping books and records) you may qualify, provided that you have no other fixed location where you could conduct these activities.

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