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July Money Tip: Taxes

This content is 4 years old. Visit http://www.chirotouch.com/blog for recent content from ChiroTouch.How would you feel if you found out

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Work Is Hard

Hard work is doing what you don’t like to do when you don’t want to do it to make yourself and your team better. Getting up earlier, staying up later, running the extra mile, doing one more rep, pushing yourself further and harder than you thought you could ever go to achieve the dreams you never thought you could.

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June Money Tip

You can likely cover the small claims, fender benders, petty theft, and wind damage to the house, etc. out of your own pocket—especially if it saved you money each month on your premiums, right? However, could you cover a $500,000 claim? Most people can’t.

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May Money Tip

This content is 4 years old. Visit http://www.chirotouch.com/blog for recent content from ChiroTouch.To be as productive as possible, it is

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Are Your Groupons Compliant?

In this fast-paced electronic era, the Internet and social media have become an exciting but also daunting and complex new marketing frontier. We are now in the hyper-connected Twitter and Facebook phase, and some chiropractic practices have fully and fruitfully embraced these technologies.

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Your Morning Routine Could Change Your Life and Your Practice

Your morning routine is the most important thing you will do in practice. Have you ever heard the phrase “How you wake is how your entire life will be”? Well, this isn’t any truer than in practice.

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April Money Tip

This content is 4 years old. Visit http://www.chirotouch.com/blog for recent content from ChiroTouch.Here’s the truth. Docs want people to STAY

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Estate Planning: Protecting Your Assets, Part II

In a trust, your children can still use your assets for health, maintenance, support, buying a home—whatever you dictate. But by holding it in trust, you can 1) keep it from being included in your children’s estates so as to avoid estate tax problems for them as they build their own estate and have their own families, and 2) keep the assets you leave for their benefit protected from their potential creditors. If your child goes through a divorce, you can ensure that the assets you left them are protected from the divorcing spouse in a property division, but also potentially in determining alimony support.

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Estate Planning: Protecting Your Assets Part I

This content is 5 years old. Visit http://www.chirotouch.com/blog for recent content from ChiroTouch.Overcome Misconceptions, Identify Blind Spots & Successfully Navigate

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Motivating Your Chiropractic Office Staff: Tips for Great Morale

This content is 5 years old. Visit http://www.chirotouch.com/blog for recent content from ChiroTouch.Working in a chiropractic office that has plenty

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