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Entries in the Source (28)

Friday
Nov022012

The Need for Life Insurance


Even if you are experiencing some financial challenges, Life Insurance should never be thought of as a non-essential expense. If a family loses a main breadwinner, the financial consequences could range from simply challenging to totally devastating. Life Insurance is one of the most important things you can have to ensure that your family will be taken care of if something happens to you.

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Thursday
Nov012012

Department of Ecology - Hazardous Waste Directory

Dental offices throughout Washington state create a wide variety of waste during the course of a normal business day. Hazardous waste can result from the use of amalgam, fluorescent bulbs, X-ray fixer and cleaning and disinfecting solutions. It is important that dentists comply with laws and regulations and dispose of these wastes properly.

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Tuesday
Oct162012

Portfolio Longevity - What Constitutes an Optimally Designed Investment Portfolio?

The successful conversion of retirement savings into a secure, sustainable stream of income requires three things: 

  A comprehensive financial plan—outlining how much, when and how to withdraw from your portfolio—is the foundation for a well-designed retirement income strategy; 

  Sophisticated portfolio design—including extreme diversification across multiple asset classes, companies and countries, customized for your unique vision and risk tolerance profile—positions the investment and retirement income strategy for success;

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Thursday
Oct042012

Preparing your practice for "Taxpocalypse"

Taxmegeddon? Taxpocalypse? Recently, the blogosphere has been rife with articles warning of dire tax consequences in 2013, when favorable tax provisions expire, and federal income taxes increase. If Bush-era tax breaks are allowed to lapse, a fiscal cliff could occur that would affect small businesses, including dentists. Some options, such as scheduling major purchases before year’s end, could offset losses in tax breaks. Source member Ryan Greenway, of Greenway & Company, details your options in a recent Source article