January Is Tax Abatement Month

/ By: Michael Coleman

Category: Blog, General, Tax

January is a month for new beginnings – a fresh start.  And a time to consider whether you are entitled to a tax abatement of your real estate taxes! During the month of January, communities...

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Year End Estate Planning Checklist

/ By: Michael Coleman

Category: Blog, General

Massive amounts of money have been lost due to poor Estate Planning and out of date documents. With the end of the year around the corner and with the holiday season in full effect, Estate...

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blended family

Estate Planning for Unique Families

/ By: Michael Coleman

Category: Blog

“Blended” families are a more common occurrence in recent times. According to one source, more than forty percent of marriages in this country end in divorce. This is always a point of concern in the...

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Medicare written on a blackboard in white chalk with a doctor using a stethoscope to check up.

Medicare Open Enrollment

/ By: Michael Coleman

Category: Blog, Medicare

Medicare, the federal health insurance program for people sixty-five years old and older, and certain other defined classes, provides medical coverage for millions of Americans. The program is split into various “parts”, with Part A...

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What Are the New VA Rules?

/ By: Michael Coleman

Category: Blog, General, Medicaid

Effective Oct. 18, 2018, new regulations govern the VA pension benefit program, especially important for those veterans and/or their spouses who want to qualify for Aid & Attendance pensions. The maximum monthly benefit available under...

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