A Durable Power of Attorney is a legal instrument that authorizes another person to act on your behalf. You, the “Principal,” nominate a person, the “Attorney-in-Fact,” to act on your behalf in certain situations.
Where are your treasures?
Your financial life is a journey.
The transition years of retirement often bring financial, estate and will questions.
(Estate Planning, that is!)
Retirement works best if you plan ahead..........
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What happens when you're on a fixed income and there's more days left at the end of the month?
Are you prepared to make important decisions when your spouse dies?
Baby Boomers and their effect on our economy.
Estate planning goals are multifaceted, but a common challenge is how to leave a generous inheritance to your family while continuing to provide for the ministries you supported during your lifetime. Is there a way to accomplish both?
Don't be confused by the terminology. Understand and consider what you want for and from your estate.
You can invest in many things, but the payoff for investing in The Great Compassion will be the most rewarding.
Would you like to increase your income while building the kingdom?
What should you leave for your family member?
Stewardship decisions and death are tied together in God's Word.
Our first fruits (tithe), increase (income), and possessions (whatever we own) should all be used to honor God.
Advice for children faced with placing their elderly mother or father in a nursing home.
Financial schemes that consistently pursue the body of Christ and especially senior adults.
FAQ's for seniors are answered here:
Are your plans life-affirming?
Excellent resouces to provide education regarding financial matters are available through Crown Financial Ministries.
What is a Charitable Gift Annuity?