Posts tagged with "investment"



Estate Planning · May 03, 2024
What Happens To Your Social Media Account When You Die?
Ever wondered what happens to your social media profiles after you pass away? It’s something many of us don’t think about, but each platform has its own set of rules. Our latest article demystifies how major social networks handle your digital presence posthumously, from turning profiles into memorial spaces to complete deletion. We also discuss how working with an estate planning attorney can help you arrange your digital assets exactly as you wish, making things easier for your loved ones.
Estate Planning · April 19, 2024
Why Estate Planning Is the Best Use of Your Tax Refund
Receiving a tax refund feels like a windfall, and it’s tempting to splurge. However, investing it in estate planning could be the wisest decision you make. Estate planning is not just for the wealthy; it’s a crucial step for anyone to ensure their finances and belongings are managed according to their wishes if they're gone or incapacitated. It’s about safeguarding your loved ones from the complexities of legal processes and ensuring they’re cared for in your absence.
Estate Planning · April 12, 2024
Navigating the World of Cryptocurrency: A Guide for Parents and Teens
As digital currencies reshape our financial landscape, it's vital for parents to guide their teens in navigating the volatile world of cryptocurrency. This guide helps you understand the essentials of crypto, from blockchain technology to crypto wallets, and stresses the importance of parental oversight through custodial accounts. Learn the risks of crypto investments and best practices for safe trading to ensure your teen makes informed decisions.
Business · August 10, 2021
Five Mistakes To Avoid When Investing In Business Insurance
Every business has its own unique risks and assets, so business insurance is your first line of defense in protecting your company from a wide variety of different potential threats. Without the right insurance—or with too little of the insurance you do need—you could be at great risk from the costs of a lawsuit, judgment, or in the event of an unforeseen emergency or disaster. There are many types of business insurance available, so make sure to know the type of insurance your business needs.
Business · August 03, 2021
Five Factors To Consider Before Investing In A Franchise
If you've always dreamed of running your own business but find the thought of building an entire company from scratch too daunting, you might consider investing in a franchise. When you purchase a franchise, you get an already proven business model and brand, which can make the startup phase significantly easier. Also, most franchises come with turnkey operating systems, extensive training programs, and ongoing support from the franchisor. However, no business is without its risks and drawbacks.
Business · May 25, 2021
What's In A Name? Frequently Asked Questions About Trademarks
When it comes to your company’s identity, nothing is more vital to your company than your name and logo. By developing a catchy name and snazzy logo for your business, you can quickly get your company recognized, remembered, and respected. Rather than rolling the dice by trying to register your trademark on your own or with a DIY registration service, we recommend you save yourself the time, money, and hassle and hire us to support and guide you through the process.
Estate Planning · February 19, 2021
Should You (or Your Parents) Be in the Stock Market Now?
With everything that is happening in the world—and with the volatility of the stock market and our current reality —knowing your options is vital to preserving the life and legacy of your parents. If you or your parents have a retirement account, and you're not intimately connected to how your assets are being invested, it's time to get more involved. It's the best thing to do to preserve your family's legacy.
Estate Planning · October 16, 2020
4 Reasons Why You Can't Afford to Go Without An Estate Plan
Most people don't spend much thinking about planning their estate. Some may rationalize that it's complicated or it takes too much time and effort. But having an estate plan is the best investment that can pay major dividends to your family, especially in the event of your death or incapacitation. It may not be easy as you think, but the benefit you gain from keeping it in place is peace of mind knowing your loved ones will be provided and cared for no matter what happens to you.