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Transform Your Favorite Foods! – SWBW August 2020 Newsletter

Transform Your Favorite Foods Everyone has their culinary vices. For some, nothing beats a slice of chocolate cake, and for others, it’s a hearty bowl of mac and cheese. But these guilty pleasures are often packed with highly refined carbohydrates, added sugars, too many heart-unhealthy fats, and a whole lot of  …CONTINUE READING Cultivating Creativity to […]

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Elder Law

Estate, Medicaid and VA Planning – An Ohio Guide

Hello everyone! I am very happy to announce the completion of my new book: Estate, Medicaid and VA Planning – An Ohio Guide.  This book takes on very crucial questions that Ohio residents have, such as: How can I protect my savings from being spent on unnecessary probate or guardianship proceedings? How can I simplify things […]

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Notice to SWBW Clients and Colleagues RE: COVID-19

Update – 6/1/2020 – Effective June 1, 2020, our staff will be returning to the office full-time during normal working hours. However, we strongly encourage Clients who need or want in-person appointments to call ahead at 740-452-8484, so we can properly comply with ongoing COVID-19 requirements and recommendations, including Director Acton’s Responsible RestartOhio Guidelines and […]

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SWBW June 2020 Newsletter

Consumer Trust and Risk: Building Your Credibility Over the past few decades, we’ve heard a lot of public outrage about companies betraying consumer trust. Whether they’re considering tobacco products or baby powder from Johnson & Johnson, Americans have become more proactive about placing their trust in the items they use. More than ever, establishing trust […]

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SWBW May 2020 Newsletter

Look Before You Merge! This February, Judge Victor Marrero changed the American business landscape dramatically when he greenlighted a merger between two communication giants: T-Mobile and Sprint. Attorneys general from 13 states and Washington, D.C., opposed the merger, arguing that if the two companies joined up, then competition in the industry would decline, cellphone bills […]

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