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July 2018 Archives

Reasons to look outside of family to manage a legacy

Some Ohio residents who are creating an estate plan might want to think about how they will separate their legacy from what they hope to leave to their children and spouse. Some people may assume that creating an estate plan that allows their beneficiaries to benefit from their legacy also means putting their beneficiaries in control of it. However, this does not have to be the case.

Funding a trust helps it to reach full potential

Establishing a trust can be a major step in the development of a comprehensive Ohio estate plan. Once the trust is established, though, it must be funded. It can be thought of like a box that has been created to hold something; until it is actually holding assets, the box does not fill its potential. Funding the trust is like putting something into the box.

How often should you update your employee manual?

Companies use employee manuals, or employee handbooks, to set out policies and expectations for employees. These manuals come in many forms and can even include interactive web pages. Employees might refer to them when they have questions about vacation policies, the dress code, federal employment law or other issues.

How startups can learn to handle debt

Business ventures often begin in debt. The exact structure of a startup's capital can take many different forms, but most business owners in Ohio will have investors, credit cards or a bank loan of some kind. Realistic expectations are a key part of dealing with debts successfully. It's better to prepare for those things that can be expected, even if they're not enjoyable to think about.

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