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How to maintain a healthy cash flow

A strong order book may lead you to believe that your business is in tip-top shape. However, warns Gary Cerasi, CPA and owner of Creative Business Strategies, regardless of how busy you are, a weak cash flow can cripple your company. Here, Gary offers tips about maintaining a healthy cash flow. Q: What exactly is cash flow?A: It’s the...

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What’s the difference between a will and a trust?

In 2011, the baby boomer generation began turning 65, retiring from the workforce, switching its subscription from Rolling Stone to AARP Magazine and setting its sights on the golden years. Needless to say, Attorney Margaret T. Karl—who specializes in legal issues facing seniors—has been busy. We caught up with her at a speaking...

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An umbrella policy protects your wealth

Here’s the scenario: You have a car accident and you’re at fault. Several other drivers are involved and their vehicles are significantly damaged. You suffer injuries, they suffer injuries, and everyone, including you, is looking to your insurance company to pay up. Your limit of liability tops out at $250,000, but the claims go...

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Save money on small group insurance

Providing insurance coverage for employees can take a bite out of earnings. Your pocket or theirs, someone is going to feel the pinch. HealthMarkets Insurance Agency offers small group insurance for employers with as few as one or two employees up to 50 employees, and a new product has just been introduced that could save on premium...

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Your lack of planning can cost you

There’s a snappy little statement that goes something like this: “Your lack of planning does not constitute my emergency.” When it comes to estate concerns with our parents, that saying can be loosely applied, says Linda Nabors, who works with her husband, Jay, at Nabors & Nabors, the Strongsville-based law firm where attorney...

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