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Avoid common mistakes in end-of-life planning (access required)

Only about a third of Americans have end-of-life plans for their assets and health-care decisions. Unfortunately, even when plans are made they often include costly mistakes, said Lisa Powers, senior counsel and elder law attorney at Harris Beach PLLC. Powers frequently delivers presentations to community groups about wealth planning, health-care proxies and powers of attorney. “Most people know ...

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