What is a trust? Per the Webster’s Dictionary, a trust is “a property interest held by one person for the benefit of another”. Commonly referred to as a “trust fund”, Webster’s Dictionary indicates the first year of known use for this term was 1738. Trusts have been around for a very long time! A few… Continue reading Trust 101
The biggest change in the financial world in recent years has been the advancement of technology. Today, information is readily accessible in seconds and always just a few keystrokes away. Unfortunately, with this advancement also comes the widespread problem of scams and financial fraud. Elder financial abuse is a type of elder abuse in which misappropriation of… Continue reading Elder Abuse and Signs to Watch for to Protect Loved Ones
Do you have a will and a complete estate plan? If you do, will it accomplish what you intended it to? If you do not have an estate plan, learn more about the peace of mind that comes from knowing that the goals and desires for your family’s financial future are in place by visiting… Continue reading Does Your Trust and Will Accomplish What You Want?
If you think your account has been compromised but you are not sure, it is better to err on the side of caution and follow these steps: Login to your email account and reset your password using a strong password. Use long passphrases to make passwords easier to remember and more secure. Do not use… Continue reading What should you do if you suspect your email account has been compromised?
Using good security practices and safe browsing habits can help prevent your email account from being compromised. Here are some helpful tips…
Ransomware is one of the cyber-attacks that is on the rise in response to the pandemic. Homes are being used as business offices, and computers and networks are being shared by family members. Families are taking classes, doing homework and surfing the web in addition to performing business functions.