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Across the Triangle, AABS, Inc. provides outstanding service to our clients because of our dedication to the following three principles: professionalism, responsiveness and quality.

Our services offer both support and opportunity. AABS truly is your place for financial advocacy. We serve small businesses and Seniors in Apex, Cary, and the surrounding Western Wake County area.

Professionalism

We understand every client has different needs.

AABS promises that each client receives close personal and professional attention to match their individual needs.

Our high standards of service, along with specialized certifications, set AABS Inc. apart from other firms.

IRS Enrolled Agent

Responsiveness

We believe business and client financial needs do not stop at 5:00 p.m.

Through the use e-mail, social media, our website, and telephone, we are always available for our clients.

People who choose AABS Inc. rely on our competent advice and fast, accurate response to questions.

Certified Senior Advisor

Quality

AABS Inc. is known across the Triangle for the quality of our services. Our primary goal as trusted advisors is to provide accurate advice that enables our clients to make informed and educated financial decisions.

We believe it is extremely important to continually improve our expertise, financial knowledge and client service.

Our team is certified:

  • Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)
  • National Association of Enrolled Agents (EA)
  • American Association of Daily Money Managers (AADMM)
  • National Association of Tax Preparers
  • Quickbooks Pro Advisor

This Month's Featured Article – 4 Benefits in Having Wills and Trusts Up-to Date Here in the Triangle

Posted on August 25, 2014 by AABS Inc.

photostock, freedigitalphotos,netIn a study recently completed by AARP, statistics showed that 36% of Americans age 50+ don’t have a will or trust. This isn’t surprising as end of life situations are something we just don’t like to talk about or plan. It is, however, something that we simply need to do and the professional, caring team at All About Benefitting Seniors understand this and is here to help.

Life can end at any age, at any moment, and for any reason. When it happens, there is no turning back. It’s not a pleasant thought, but it is reality. By creating a will or trust all of your personal and financial assets will be properly transferred to whomever is designated in the document. On the other hand, if there is no will or trust, North Carolina decides who gets what and that may cause emotional and financial stress for an entire family.

The benefits of creating a will or trust are many. While we are alive and able to manage our affairs, we need to decide who will take control after we are gone.

Through an attorney here in Apex or the Triangle, you will gain the following four benefits:

  • Peace of mind: Worrying about the important details of your life will be covered and you’ll have peace of mind.
  • Avoid legal hassles: A will or trust is a legal document and avoids probation and other court challenges.
  • Take care of legal guardianship: If you’re a legal guardian, you can name someone else to care for your children after you’ve passed.
  • Take care of pets: Naming someone to take care of your pets should also be included in this legal document and will ease your mind.

Please call our office to get things started. AABS is located near downtown Apex. Let us guide you to the right sources. It’ll be one less thing to worry about.

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This is an information only post and is not considered to be legal financial advice but is meant to be helpful to all those who read it. With legal matters always consult a lawyer.

This post is brought to you by the professional team at AABS, INC., located in Apex, NC.
 

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