Archive for August 2015

The Digital Estate: An Area of Estate Planning You May be Overlooking

One area of estate planning that is often overlooked is the ever-growing collection of information we store online, known as your “digital estate”. Traditional estate planning tends to leave out instructions on how to manage and access your social media accounts, file sharing programs, online subscription services, among others. This can make an already difficult…

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How Internet of Things Technology Can Make a Longer Retirement More Affordable

Integrating healthcare and technology has become a major focus in recent years. Greater transparency and improved caregiver-patient communications has the potential to greatly decrease costs in one of the greatest cost burdens on our economy. For the past few decades, healthcare has consistently outpaced inflation in cost increases; this is projected to only get worse…

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Innovative Ways to Pay for College Beyond Student Loans

Over the past few years, the amount of student loan debt in the US has exploded. From March 2014 to March of this year, the total amount of outstanding student loan debt increased by $78 billion, for a total of $1.19 trillion owed. Nearly 20% of borrowers are in default, and the average borrower owes…

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