Getting the Best of Both Worlds from an Irrevocable Trust
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Irrevocable trusts open the door to important tax strategies, but they mean the loss of control of the assets held in the trust … or do they? Today’s irrevocable trusts can be designed with some flexibility in mind.
5 Best Industrial Stocks to Buy in 2021
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Are you considering investing in industrial stocks? These picks are the backbone of our economy and often recession-resistant. Start your research here.
Investing in a College Town Rental Market: Ann Arbor, Michigan
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If you're considering investing in a college town property, there's some considerations you have to take into account. Here's a market report for rental properties in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for Financial Relief & More
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We have developed a comprehensive list of resources by category. Use this as a guide for navigating these times financially and otherwise.
4 Types of Safe, High-Yield Investments That Pay Dividends
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Looking for reliable, ongoing investment income? Learn how to find high-yield, safe dividend investments for your portfolio.
What Is The FDIC And How Does It Work?
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You’ve probably seen the acronym FDIC when looking to open a new savings or checking account, but do you really know what the FDIC is and how it works?
Mortgage Rates Climb But Linger Near Historic Lows
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Mortgage rates have increased from historic lows, but not by much, as the coronavirus vaccine continues its rollout and the economy struggles to rebound from th
Mortgage and refinance rates today, Feb. 27, and rate forecast for next week
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Today’s mortgage and refinance rates  Average mortgage rates fell a little or held steady yesterday (Friday). Unfortunately, it was the only glimmer of light in a gloomy week that saw […]
These Throwback Hobbies Now Make Money as Side Gigs
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The gig economy, supercharged by a pandemic, is breathing new life into some bygone hobbies, ones associated more with retirees than entrepreneurs. Life indoors drove many folks to experiment with tactile hobbies like bread baking and quilting. What started as a way to pass the time could blossom into a side hustle with a little […]

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