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Using Long-Term Care Riders in Estate Planning

Shawn Britt, CLU, CLTCDirector, Long-term Care Initiatives, Advanced Consulting GroupNationwide® Long term care (LTC) planning has been one of the hottest topics in the financial services industry, andwill continue to be so as the population of the United States continues to age. It is estimated that peoplereaching age 65 will have a 70% chance of …

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Business Trusts 101: What Entrepreneurs Should Know about Using a Business Trust

Trusts are usually associated with estate planning, but trusts can also apply to business operations. As a small business owner, you can hold the business in a trust instead of using a business entity such as a limited liability company (LLC) or corporation. Business trusts offer several potential benefits—and drawbacks—compared to a traditional business structure. …

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What You Need to Know about ADA Website Compliance

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires businesses to accommodate people with physical and cognitive impairments. While the ADA, which applies to “places of public accommodation,” was designed with physical spaces in mind, the proliferation of online services means that digital spaces must also comply with the ADA. Accordingly, websites and mobile apps must be …

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How to Dissolve a Partnership on Good Terms

Many business partnerships eventually come to an end. Like other types of relationships, when business partners decide to split up, the process can be amicable or contentious. For personal and professional reasons, dissolving the partnership on good terms is in the best interest of all partners. A smooth split will prevent unnecessary conflict and legal …

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