Planning Matters.

Clark County Offering Shredding Days this Weekend

This Saturday, head to Recycling Days at C-Tran’s Fisher’s Landing Transit Center between 9:00 AM and noon to rid yourself of those unneeded paper piles.

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Another Day, Another Data Breach

The credit reporting agency Equifax announced last week that the Social Security numbers, birthdates, address histories, and other information of up to 143 million people may have been leaked in a massive data breach. Because of the size of the data breach, it wouldn’t be unwise to assume your information has been compromised.

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A Vacation Abroad: Is Your Passport Ready?

Are you planning a vacation that will require a passport? If you need to apply for a passport or if your current passport is going to expire, it’s a good idea to plan on getting this taken care of well before your departure date.

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What to Expect this Tax Season

In 2017, we have a new President and new Congress. It is clear there will be change, but how tax law will be impacted remains to be seen. The good news is there will be no impact on your 2016 income tax returns.

That said, what can you expect this tax season?

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How Should I Plan for Digital Assets in My Estate?

As a society, we are moving away from keeping documents in paper form, filed away in a filing cabinet. More and more documents, statements, pictures and bills are kept digitally in files on our computers or in the cloud. In this new age of digital storage, we all need to give some thought to what happens to our information upon death or incapacity.

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