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Old Larry

By Elaine Marze   Don’t be afraid of shelter dogs. If you believe the dated adage, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks (ways)” then I beg to differ.  When I moved to Arkansas four years ago my new house came ...

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Faces of Grief

By Elaine Marze Perhaps we who have been taught it is better to be strong and silent than weak and whiney should open up about our times of depression occassionaly so that those struggling emotionally don’t feel so alone in their struggles. A ...

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Big White Hoss

It has been over seven years since my husband died, and I am still benefiting from his foresight in planning for his death and how his absence would affect me. One of the plans he set into motion for my benefit involved his big, old loud white truck. ...

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Horseshoe Canyon Ranch / SAFE

By Elaine Marze Working for so many years with a company like SAFE Planning we have built relationships with multiple generations of our clients, and during the fifteen years I published the SAFE Planning newsletters there were times I included ...

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To Will or Not to Will

By Elaine Marze Over the nearly two decades that I’ve worked for Seniors’ Asset & Family Estate Planning I’ve written many articles on what it takes to efficiently plan for older age, getting important paperwork completed and protecting ...

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Appreciate your spouse NOW … before it is too late

By Elaine Marze People frequently discuss the things they miss most about their late spouse, and as a widow myself, I like to share these with couples who still have their loved one because it reminds them to appreciate what they have while they ...

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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 ...

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AN OLD FASHIONED THANKSGIVING

  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 ...

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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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