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Three Ways To Cash In On The New Tax Plan Before The End Of The Year
Three Ways To Cash In On The New Tax Plan Before The End Of The Year

Clients often ask us for tips on how they can avoid paying Federal Income Taxes. Typically, we refer these folks to their financial and tax advisors for advice. This year has been an unusual year and we have had the opportunity to speak to many of our friends in financial ...

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Blog Posts in 2018

  • Changing the Irrevocable

    Congratulations! You’ve completed your estate plan and everything is good to go. You’ve selected a living trust to protect yourself, your assets, and ...

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  • Can't I Just Create My Own LLC Online in 5 Minutes?

    I am fortunate to meet with a wide variety of people in my practice. Often, I discover that many of these people have started their own businesses. ...

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  • Tangible Effects Memorandum: Who receives my jewelry when I am gone?

    “A goal without a plan is just a wish.” - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Over the years I have noticed many of my clients focus their time and efforts ...

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  • Can You Probate a Missing Will?

    June brings the end of the school year and the beginning of summer. JGB just celebrated its 9 th birthday and we hope all our clients and friends are ...

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  • Buy-Sell Agreements and How to Fund Them

    Buy-Sell Agreements are key documents that any business should have to establish the contractual obligations and rights of the owners at specific ...

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  • A Cautionary Tale: Beneficiary Designations

    At Johnson, Gasink & Baxter, LLP every client with a trust-based plan has been given custom advice and instruction on “funding” their trust with their ...

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  • Can the Bank Make Me Refinance?

    Heirs and beneficiaries often call the firm asking whether they need to refinance when they inherit property. Many worry they could not qualify for a ...

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  • SHOULD I PUT MY CAR INTO MY TRUST?

    Clients often ask if they should put their vehicle into the name of their trust. The answer, as you may have come to expect from me, is “it depends.” ...

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  • Choosing a Guardian

    On October 14, 2017, my husband and I welcomed our first child to this world. It has been an exciting—and exhausting—three month transition from a ...

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