Elder Law: Asset Protection Before Long-Term Care

Most people will start a 401k when they start working. Some people will wait 10 or so years to do so (Hi!), but for the most part, at some point, people begin to plan for retirement because that’s the dream. You work the majority of your life with the idea that you spend the latter half of it enjoying the finer things in life like family, friends, traveling, etc. An afternoon with an elder law attorney can help preserve all that you have worked for.

Sometimes, though, things that aren’t in your life plan happen and cause a ripple in the preparations you have made. In almost an instant, everything you have meticulously planned and saved could go up in smoke. You can be left with nothing and worse, be left with nothing to leave. Continue reading “Elder Law: Asset Protection Before Long-Term Care”

How Mobile Apps Have Influenced Travel

According to a recent study, 88% of activities performed on smartphones and tablets stem from mobile applications and any mobile user can easily attest to this fact. When considering these figures it should come as no surprise that the use of mobile apps have drastically influenced and even altered the experience of travelling, and travelers take great pride in sharing their encounters. Due to the overwhelming popularity of social media applications such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, travelers are able to share every aspect of their travel experience with videos and photographs, and some travelers even use their social media accounts as a sort of travel blog. Continue reading “How Mobile Apps Have Influenced Travel”

Drinking the Best Cocktail in 20 Countries

There is simply no better way to relax on vacation than to sit back and enjoy a cocktail! Most countries offer signature cocktails which are more exciting than your standard hometown options, so be sure to try something new.

Cuba: The Mojito

The Mojito is made with lime, sugar, rum, and spearmint or yerba Buena – popular mint varieties in Cuba. Continue reading “Drinking the Best Cocktail in 20 Countries”

Jetsetting On A Budget

Traveling is one of the best ways to cut down on stress, relax and just get away from the distractions of the real world. However, going into debt to get a little R & R seems a little counterproductive doesn’t it?

So how can you get your travel on without having to break the budget? Do your homework is how! Al Gore created a vast internet where virtually anything is possible. With a little concentration and discipline, you can go on the vacation of your dreams and not break the piggy bank open to do it!

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Non-Traditional Shopping Will Get You The Best Deals This Holiday Season

The holiday season is just around the corner and everyone is either scrambling to find that perfect gift for their loved one…or thinking about scrambling to find that perfect gift for their loved one in about about two weeks. Either way, the traditional big box stores like Best Buy and Wal-Mart tend to get picked over and leave with the most expensive options. This holiday season, why not try the different apps and websites that will allow you to get just what you need, without leaving home (for the most part) and keep some of that coin in your pocket so you can ring in 2018 with a positive balance in your bank account.

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