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Is This Your Situation? "I need to Maximize the Life of My Content..."

If you are trying to make the most our of your content resources, check out these smart tips for getting the most bang out of the time and effort you invest in your marketing content.

What Are Estate Planning Firm Clients Reading?

Every two weeks, we provide informative articles for our clients' email newsletter campaigns. For this launch cycle, the article titled "When and How Often to Review Trusts" was a clear winner with the highest volume of click activity. To get an idea of the type of content we provide, click on the book image above. You can also read the article itself to the right.

The Biggest Retirement Mistakes

The road to a financially comfortable retirement is a long and winding one. Are you making the right choices? Click through for six of the biggest mistakes you can make on the way, and some tips on how to avoid them.

Keep Heirs Happy with Unitrusts

This powerful but little-known estate planning tool may be able to neatly balance long-term and annual income wishes. But there are other important considerations. Click through for the inside story on unitrusts.

What to Know About the SEP-IRA

Small businesses and self-employed workers can use SEP-IRAs to help save for retirement. They're powerful and flexible plans that many don't even know about. Click through to find out how one might work for you.

Deciding Whether a Nursing Home is the Right Move

How do you know when it's time to put a loved one into a nursing home? You have to face the financial, practical and emotional decisions. Click through if you're caring for elderly relations who may need more help than you can give.

Joint Tenancy: Is It Right for You?

Sometimes, it makes sense for more than one person to own property. If that's the case, there are special rules for how this is handled. Click through for an introduction into joint tenancy, and its pros and cons.

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