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Joe Dadich
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"It is important to both sexes, but estate planning often affects women more profoundly. Women live longer on average and tend to marry older spouses, making them three times as likely as men to be widowed at 65. So for women, estate planning is a crucial part of retirement planning. And since they usually survive their spouses, women more often have the last word about how much wealth goes to family, charity or the taxman."
 
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This unbiased, professional analysis is based upon years of research.  The author, Joe Dadich, Master of Law in Taxation, was named to Michigan's only Rising Star (as an attorney/CPA under 40) by SuperLawyers(TM). He has
over 10 years of experience working with hundreds of women in optimizing their estate and has saved them millions of dollars in tax and legal fees.

This free report will give you the confidence and guidance you need to plan your estate and avoid potential heartaches and frustration.

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