Amherst Estate Planning Client Seeks to Avoid Two Costly Estate Planning Mistakes

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Assuming life insurance proceeds are excluded from her estate.  Many clients believe that insurance proceeds are tax-free.  That is correct as far as income taxes are concerned, but not fo…

The new “Secure Act” legislation

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The new “Secure Act” legislation expected to be passed by Congress will affect estate planning & retirement planning in 2020 and beyond. As part of the late 2019 pile of bills expected …

Retirement and Planning for the Future in New Hampshire

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It’s no secret that people all over as well as New Hampshire are living longer. While this is a good thing, a longer life also means planning for more years after retirement. Many seniors are …

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