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Special Needs Planning Mistake 3 Not Verifying Beneficiary Designations, Retirement Accounts and more is a mistake. Learn why… Most people think that their will dictates where all of their assets will go after they die. While wills and Trusts identify who’ll inherit many assets, they don’t control where insurance proceeds will go nor determine the......
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Essential Elements of a Successful Special Needs Plan - Join Mike Walther of Oak Wealth Advisors for an engaging and informative workshop that will help you create long-term plans for your loved one with special needs Sept 11, 2019 at the NAMI- CCNS Annual Meeting....
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Learn from special needs planning experts and peers

Thursday, Sept 26, 2019
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Takiff Center Community Hall
999 Green Bay Road, Glencoe IL 60022...

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Watch The Complete Video Below… A town hall Video discussion covering the most challenging issues facing families with loved ones with disabilities....
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People with disabilities are entitled to a free, lifetime, National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Access Pass to visit over 2,000 federal recreation sites across the country. Included are National Parks, National Wildlife Refuges, National Forests, and other federal recreation lands. In order to obtain a pass, you must provide documentation that you have a permanent disability....
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In the special needs community, the end of supports through the school district can be a frightening time for families. There is no consistent age at which services end among the various states. Oak Wealth Advisors has produced a first-of-its-kind chart that illustrates these ages. We hope that families and their advisors will benefit from......
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The following is my reflection on the journey we have been on at Oak Wealth Advisors since our inception ten years ago.  Thank you for helping us get where we are today. Over the last ten years, it has been a story of doing what people thought could not be done.  The experts in the......
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While it will not be official until mid-October, it appears that Social Security benefits will be rising by 2.8% in 2019.  This will be the largest cost-of-living adjustment since 2012. Assuming the 2.8% adjustment is implemented, those receiving a maximum SSI benefit will get an additional $21 per month bringing their payment total to $771. ......
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ABLE accounts, which we have strongly recommended for several years, now have the additional benefit of providing an Illinois state income tax deduction for those who contribute to an Illinois ABLE Plan. We have been advocating for this tax deduction since the federal law creating ABLE accounts was passed in December of 2014. We are happy to see our efforts, and the voices of many other families, reflected in this new state income tax benefit....
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