From construction to manufacturing and transportation, numerous blue-collar professionals earn their livelihood working in high-risk jobs. Many of these professionals trust that workers’ compensation will provide for their families in the event of an emergency on the job. But whatREAD MORE

Changes to tax laws happen so often they can be hard to keep track of. As different presidential administrations make reforms and updates to tax law, tax authorities also make frequent regulatory changes. One such change is the annual adjustmentREAD MORE

A Lesson in Preparation The passing of a grandparent is a moment of reflection, remembrance, and often grief. However, when a grandparent departs without an estate plan, it can introduce complexity and stress during an already emotional time. This articleREAD MORE

Thoughts on creating a legacy through charitable giving often begin later in life, when children are grown, with children of their own. Thoughts of charitable giving often coincide with grandchildren heading back to school when the pleasure of long summerREAD MORE

After a lengthy and bustling career, you are either preparing for retirement or have already embarked on this new phase. It’s akin to experiencing an everlasting summer — your days are as leisurely or as active as you desire. YourREAD MORE

As the summer comes to a close and schools reopen for the Fall semester, many parents are sending their kids off to college. It can be scary to drop your child off at their dorm or apartment and realize youREAD MORE

Did you know that August is National Make-A-Will month? That’s right – an entire month dedicated to creating or updating your will. Despite the importance of having a will, less than half of U.S. adults have one, while 58% ofREAD MORE

When it comes to estate planning, many college students believe they can put off their Personal Protection Plan until they have substantial assets. However, there is one crucial document that every college student should have, regardless of their financial situation:READ MORE

Sending your children off to college is a significant moment filled with excitement and pride. Amid the flurry of college preparations, parents often focus on practical matters such as packing, finances, and logistics. However, one crucial aspect often overlooked isREAD MORE

Historian James Truslow Adams introduced the term “American Dream” in his best-selling book Epic of America. First published in 1931, Adams described it as, “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller forREAD MORE