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March 10, 2010: Estate, Medicaid & Tax Law Changes

WARNING Estate, Medicaid & Tax Law Changes How are you affected? Please join us to learn how Date: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 (Changed date from February to March due to pending weather) Times: 12-1 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. Location: Andover Marriott Courtyard, Meeting Room A 10 Campanelli Drive Andover, MA 01810 RSVP to this free seminar Speakers: David M. Beliveau, Esq., CPA. Admitted to the Florida, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire Bars Paul J. Mansur, Esq., CPA.

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February 23, 2010: Estate, Medicaid & Tax Law Changes

WARNING Estate, Medicaid & Tax Law Changes How are you affected? Please join us to learn how Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2010 Times: 12-1 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. Location: Martin Conference Center 4100 Corporate Square Naples, FL 34104 RSVP to this free seminar Speakers: David M. Beliveau, Esq., CPA. Admitted to the Florida, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire Bars Paul J. Mansur, Esq., CPA. Admitted to the Illinois, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire Bars

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Protecting Your Home From Medicaid

The Beliveau Law Group: Massachusetts | Florida | New Hampshire The medicaid attorneys at The Beliveau Law Group provides legal services in a variety of concentrations including estate planning (wills and trusts), Medicaid (planning and applications), probate (estate and trust administration), business law (formation and operation), real estate (residential and commercial), taxation (federal and state), and civil litigation (in connection with these practice areas). The law firm has offices and attorneys in Naples, Florida, Waltham, Massachusetts,

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February 16, 2010: Estate, Medicaid & Tax Law Changes

WARNING Estate, Medicaid & Tax Law Changes How are you affected? Please join us to learn how Date: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 Times: 12-1 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. Location: Best Western, Wayland Room 380 Winter Street Waltham, MA 02451 RSVP to this free seminar Speakers: David M. Beliveau, Esq., CPA. Admitted to the Florida, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire Bars Paul J. Mansur, Esq., CPA. Admitted to the Illinois, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire Bars

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Make sure prenuptial agreements are reviewed by an estate planner

If you’re thinking of signing a prenuptial agreement – or if you know someone who is – it’s a good idea to have an estate planner review the document. Most people think of prenuptial agreements as spelling out what will happen if a couple get divorced. But in fact, most prenuptial agreements also state what will happen if one spouse dies while the couple is still married. In actual practice, prenuptial agreements come into play as much as

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February 3, 2010: Estate, Medicaid & Tax Law Changes

WARNING Estate, Medicaid & Tax Law Changes How are you affected? Please join us to learn how Date: Wednesday, February 3, 2010 Times: 12-1 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. Location: Holiday Inn, Imperial Room 1 Keewaydin Drive Salem, NH 03079 RSVP to this free seminar Speakers: David M. Beliveau, Esq., CPA. Admitted to the Florida, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire Bars Paul J. Mansur, Esq., CPA. Admitted to the Illinois, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire Bars

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Congress changes tax on children’s investment income

Congress has changed the “kiddie tax” – the tax that must be paid on children’s investment income.  If any of your planning involves gifts to children, you might want to reconsider your strategy in light of the changes. In the past, the “kiddie tax” provided that if a child under age 14 had investment income above a certain amount – the income was taxed at the parent’s tax rate, not the child’s tax rate (assuming the

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The Beliveaul Law Group – Waltham MA Attorneys | Salem NH Lawyers | Naples FL Law Firm

The Beliveau Law Group: Massachusetts | Florida | New Hampshire The attorneys at The Beliveau Law Group provide legal services in a variety of concentrations including estate planning (wills and trusts), Medicaid (planning and applications), probate (estate and trust administration), business law (formation and operation), real estate (residential and commercial), taxation (federal and state), and civil litigation (in connection with these practice areas). The law firm has offices and attorneys in Naples, Florida, Waltham, Massachusetts, and

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Moving to another state can create estate planning benefits

People often move to another state after they retire. In the past, this was usually to take advantage of a better climate or to be closer to friends and family. But these days, moving is often a good form of estate planning. One reason is state estate taxes. These used to be tied closely into the federal estate tax system and largely a non-issue. But for several years now state estate taxes have been “uncoupled” from

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How to plan your estate if you have a special needs child

Almost three million children in the U.S. between the ages of 5 and 15 have special needs, according to the latest Census figures.  Parents of these children need to use extra care in planning their estates. For most people, estate planning is about making sure your assets go where you want them to, and minimizing inconvenience and taxes along the way.  But parents of special needs children face an additional challenge because they have to make

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