your child

When your child turns 18, have him or her do this!

Turning eighteen in the United States usually equates to being “grown’ish”. Oftentimes, 18 means your child is leaving the nest for the first time — and hopefully for the last time, right? This includes going to college, joining the military or moving to a major city in order to make their dreams a reality.… Read more

special needs

Estate-planning solutions for children with special needs

It can be one of the most stressful decisions you’ll make as a parent, planning the estate for children with special needs. You sacrifice time and finances, sometimes having to forego employment responsibilities, in order to ensure proper care for your younger loved ones.… Read more

guardian

Choosing the best guardian for your child is easier than you’d think

If you are thinking about who would be the best, ideal person to serve as guardian for your child, stop. Please know that there is nobody with parenting skills like you; you know your child better than anyone! No matter how wealthy your cousin is, or how educated your sister is, there will never be another parent like you.… Read more

business success

Your Expert Team For Business Success

While making the decision to go into business — finally! — is a commendable one, the work doesn’t stop at the launch party. The sacrifices, the late nights and early mornings are just a few of the changes you are sure to face in your pursuit of business success.… Read more

business

What steps should you take to get your business set up?

During the hobby stage — the period in which baking cookies, for example, is fun for all and a cool way to earn extra cash in donations — there is no concern for crossing all Ts or dotting any I’s. After all, it’s only a hobby.Read more

business entity

The 4 Major Business Entity Types: What You Should Know

The American dream begins with “now open” but it could end on a sour note if you’re not careful. There are many ways to run a business but it is important to choose the one that fits your needs. As a new business owner, among other business entity types, you have the option of creating an LLC, a sole proprietorship, a corporation, or a partnership.Read more