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This month’s Business Bytes highlights elder assistance, auto insurance and estate/gift tax exemptions. 

Assisting An Elder.  When it’s time to assist elderly relatives with their finances, the two simple legal options are a Power of Attorney or a Guardianship. The latter requires court action and is broader in scope. Either option should not be selected without legal counsel. READ MORE.

Auto Insurance.  With many internet-based insurance companies selling auto insurance directly to drivers/owners without an agent to advise or explain coverage, uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage protects you if the driver at fault has little or no insurance. READ MORE.

Estate/Gift Tax Exemption. These exemptions are at an all-time high and may sunset on December 31, 2024. They can provide substantial tax savings to high net-worth individuals, but action this year may be needed. READ MORE.

This Business Byte is designed to provide our friends and clients with information regarding the various subject matters covered, it is not designed to take place of legal, accounting, or other professional advice. If expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought. This may constitute advertising under the rules regulating Illinois attorneys.

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