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Estate Planning Checklist for the “Just in Case”

We all think about estate planning at some time or another. But, how many of us actually follow through and then update our estate plans. Unfortunately, too many of us have incomplete or out-of-date estate plans and, as a result, some of the most important questions go unanswered. Estate planning is critical to ensuring that […]

It’s That Time of Year Again! Are You Ready to File Your Taxes?

Congratulations, this year you have until April 18 to file your taxes! That’s because Emancipation Day, a holiday observed in the District of Columbia,  falls on Friday, April 15 this year. By law, D.C. holidays impact tax deadlines in the same way that federal holidays do. However, no matter the date you will still need […]

When a Nursing Home is the Only Option for a Loved One

  Sometimes after a hospitalization, a move to a nursing home is the right solution for a loved one. This isn’t an easy decision but finding the right facility is critical. Follow these nine steps to help you locate the right facility for your parent or loved one, where they can stay with dignity. Step […]

Stay Fit in Winter: It’s Worth the Effort and Good for Your Heart!

February is American Heart Month. It’s also the time of year when the days are short, the nights are long and the weather is just plain cold. Most of us want to do nothing more than get home at the end of a work day and hibernate. But, just because it gets dark early and […]

Starting a new business? Have you considered your insurance needs?

Finding the proper insurance options for your new business can be a long process. From professional liability to health coverage and even vehicle coverage, there are so many different things to consider to make sure that your business is fully covered should anything happen. Find a Good Business Owner Policy (BOP) Start with a BOP, […]

Save on Health Care Costs With These 8 Tips

  Did you know that there are many ways to save on your health care costs. Here are eight suggestions to help keep more of your money in your wallet. Stay Within Your Network Out of network providers can charge more and their services usually require a higher deductible and higher annual limit on your […]