Faqs About A Power Of Attorney

Posted on: 22 February 2016
Part of estate planning is designating someone to make decisions regarding your health and finances in the event that you are incapacitated. To avoid any challenges to your power of attorney, it is important that you cover as many situations as possible. If you are in the process of creating your power of attorney, here is what you need to know.  Can You Designate Only One Child to Handle Your Affairs?
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Drowning In Medical Bills And Can't Pay Them? 4 Ways You Can Get Some Help

Posted on: 19 February 2016
Medical bills can build up very quickly if someone in your home has had a recent surgery or other type of illness. If you are having a hard time keeping up with them and finding yourself getting further and further behind, there are ways you can get financial assistance. Follow the tips below and you can save yourself from drowning. Find Assistance Programs There are many assistance programs that can help you get caught up on your medical bills, including, state social services, social security, and government disability programs.
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New To Checking Accounts? What You Need To Know

Posted on: 17 February 2016
If you are new to opening a checking account, or are interested in opening an account after making bad financial decisions, there are some things to keep in mind. A bank or credit union is ideal places to keep your money, but you need to choose the right type of account that will cause you the least amount of risk. It is also important to be prepared in the event you are denied a checking account.
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