Medical Tax Deduction on the Chopping Block in GOP Tax Bill

The seriously ill, disabled and seniors are all threatened by a proposal that’s part of the tax reform bill that was recently released. The medical tax deduction is under fire, included in the tax reform bill presented by House Republicans. This would have devastating economic consequences for seniors, people suffering from chronic conditions and the…

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Philanthropist and Wife to Amway Co-Founder Dies

If the name Helen DeVos sounds is familiar, that may be because the late DeVos was mother-in-law to Betsy DeVos, Secretary of Education. Helen DeVos was a beloved philanthropist who supported many causes, but her first love was her family. Helen DeVos was loved by her family and the people of Grand Rapids, Michigan and…

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How Making Provisions for End-of-Life Care Helps Loved Ones

Most people avoid making decisions about end-of-life care, which can make an emergency situation much tougher for family members, who must make decisions without the benefit of knowing what you would have wanted. It’s unpleasant to think about, but apparently rocker Tom Petty did: he had thought about his end-of-life care and executed them using…

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Basics About Wills in Kansas

A will is the foundation of many estate plans, and offers an opportunity for you to convey your property to family members and friends after you have passed. Every state has its own requirements about wills, legal documents that provide instructions for property distribution after death. In Kansas, there are certain requirements for a will…

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