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  • Elder Law Series: Don't Trust Your Will

    Many people believe that once their will is created, their planning is complete. This very common misconception can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars and months of delay after death. Elizabeth Michaelis, an Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney, will explain why you should not trust your will. Learn the steps you need to take to ensure your assets are properly managed if you are incapacitated, and are efficiently distributed upon your death.Sign up for all 3 classes in this series and save $4 on each: Don't Trust Your Will Probate: Understand It, Avoid It Revocable Trusts
  • Legal Aspects of Starting Your Own Business

    Legal Aspects of Starting Your Own Business Just filling out and filing a form from the Secretary of State is not enough. This class will present the proper and legal way to organize your own business in order to preserve personal limited liability and taxation choices. There will be a discussion of the various forms of legal entities including: corporations, LLCs, partnerships and sole proprietorships and the advantages and disadvantages of each. We will discuss taxation choice and how to minimize your self-employment taxes and address issues such as using independent contractors vs. employees, limited liability, and the history of corporations and LLCs.
  • Navigating the Medicare Maze

    Have your questions answered and learn more about Medicare in a relaxed setting. Whether you're already on Medicare, plan to retire, or know someone who is retired, knowing more can be invaluable. This is a non-biased educational opportunity for anyone to learn how to navigate Medicare and the many options available. This class covers Medicare enrollment, how parts A, B, C and D work, and different supplemental plans. Offered in cooperation with Senior Community Services, a nonprofit serving older adults in Minnesota.