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Inside - January 2011
  9 Helpful Tips to Get Organized for Tax Time
  When Should You Fire a Client?
  Update Your Estate Planning Documents for the New Year
  Know Your Rights: Can You be Searched Without a Warrant?
  State Differences with a Power of Attorney
  Inventions That Warm Us Up
9 Helpful Tips to Get Organized for Tax Time

With tax season around the corner, it’s never too early to start getting organized. That way, you can avoid the headaches and stress of waiting until the last minute. These nine tips can help get you started and make sure you have what you need to file your taxes on time.

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When Should You Fire a Client?

When running a business, sometimes you have to make tough decisions. Like firing a client. As crazy as that might sound, there are some circumstances that warrant getting rid of a client. Here’s a look at three common types, why they are bad for business and when to choose team spirit over a toxic business relationship.

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Update Your Estate Planning Documents for the New Year

The beginning of the year is an ideal time to review your estate planning documents to make sure they still represent your wishes and circumstances accurately. It’s not only important to consider your property and assets, but the people involved—beneficiaries, executor, trustee, guardian and more. This list of possible events can help you ensure your estate documents are the most up to date.

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Know Your Rights: Can You be Searched Without a Warrant?

Fans of Law and Order and other popular crime dramas might be familiar with a common storyline—illegal search and seizure. But do you actually know the particulars regarding your Fourth Amendment rights? This handy primer gives you an overview of the search warrant process, including your right to refuse a search, when a warrant is not required and what to do if the police show up at your doorstep.

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State Differences with a Power of Attorney

Whether you’re planning your estate or need someone to handle important financial or legal matters for you while you’re away, a power of attorney is an important legal document to have. If you don’t have one yet, now is a great time to get one—the laws in many states have been revised to reflect a uniform standard. If you already have a power of attorney, check if your state has revised the laws and update your power of attorney to include the current best practices.

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Inventions That Warm Us Up

As you bundle up this winter, you might wish you had a little something extra to keep you warm. Sometimes, that’s all it takes to get an inventor’s creative ideas flowing. From the most simple to the most silly, these five inventions take cold out of the equation by helping keep you warm from the inside–out.

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