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Happy New Year!

Wishing all our SAFE Planning friends and clients a HAPPY NEW YEAR, and to start the new year out with a laugh I’d like to include a short funny that was in one of our 2008 newsletters: During a high school class on government studies, the class was discussing the qualifications to be president of

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I love Thanksgiving!  It’s a holiday without all the commercialism of Christmas, and one where families and friends come together to renew relationships over plentiful food and hearts filled with thanks for another year together.  Or, at least that’s the way it used to be, but now days maybe not so much as in the

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Tis’ the Season to be Thankful

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S.A.F.E. Planning President Featured for Veterans Day

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Some people think that if they leave a Will behind it will take care of all the “after” issues, but that’s only the beginning.  It would simplify tasks for your spouse and / or children if you would also enclose in that important folder the following items: -Insurance policy information including account numbers; -A list

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Veteran’s Day, November 11

We are proud of the veterans who work for our company.  Steve Rainey joined the US Marine Corps when he was 17 years old. He landed in Vietnam in 1965 in the first major troop commitment of the war. His first station was at Chu Lai, south of Da Nang, providing security for the airstrip

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Veteran’s Day is Coming Up

I never knew about this before.  England’s Stonehenge or Egypt’s Karnak or Abu Simbel have nothing on us.  Our memorial even has a plaque pedestal to explain it all.   Once a year at 11:11 am the sun shines perfectly on this Memorial.  At precisely 11:11 a.m. each Veterans Day (Nov. 11), the sun’s rays

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Happy Greatparents Day by Elaine Marze

My granddaughters took turns making trips with me this summer as I traveled back and forth to Louisiana to visit my 86-year-old mother, 89-year-old mother-in-law and other “older” relatives and friends. The girls are 13 and 14 years old, and eventually everybody we spent time with remarked how sad it was that the girls had

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