Post-Election Opportunities

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6 responses to “Post-Election Opportunities

  1. I’m with Mike but I have an almost two year old daughter so I can’t do that! As an estate planner, perhaps I should tell people that unexpected could really happen. LOL. In my world we have to use some humor. πŸ™‚

  2. This is a great opportunity to inform clients what they can expect from the death of O’Bummer-Care and how to prepare for it.

  3. Here in CA there might be a suit against the state government for “faking the drought by pushing all the water into the ocean.” If by some unfathomable machinations it’s true, everybody whose houses have smelled like “mellowing yellow” for the last two years in the name of water conservation — well, they’re gonna be p***ed off, pun intended.

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