Stubbins, Watson, Bryan & Witucky Co. - July 2020



Mike Bryan

Hello, everyone, and Happy Fourth of July!

I’m happy to announce that I’ve just recently completed

my book titled“Estate, Medicaid & VA Benefits

Planning: An Ohio Guide.”This was a quite a process to write a book, but I’m very pleased with the end result. I’m happy to provide you with a copy

if we still have additional that are available. If not, feel free to email me for an e-book version instead. It is also available for purchase or download on

There’s nothing quite like firing up the grill in the middle of summer. Whether you’re having a Fourth of July barbecue or just grilling up some dinner after work, you can’t beat the classic sizzle as meat and vegetables hit those hot grates. It’s a feast for all the senses. If you’re like most people, one thought has probably crossed your mind: “How can I be a better griller?”You might have your burger game down, but what about everything else? Do you get the most out of your grill and turn out unforgettable meals every time? It doesn’t matter if you use a charcoal, a gas, or even an electric grill. Anyone can unleash their inner grill master with a few easy tips. DON’T WALK AWAY When you’re grilling, you never want to walk away from your grill once you’ve put the food on the grates. When your attention is pulled elsewhere, you risk ruination. All it takes is a few minutes of distraction to ruin a perfectly good steak. When the meat goes down and you watch it — and keep an eye on the internal temperature — the results will speak for themselves. Speaking of monitoring internal temperatures, TV chef and personality Alton Brown, best known for “Good Eats” and “Cutthroat Kitchen,” recommends keeping a digital instant- read probe thermometer on hand to check on those internal temperatures, which is a must for meats like chicken and pork. Chicken, for instance, should reach an internal HOW TO BECOME THE ULTIMATE SUMMERTIME GRILL MASTER Unleash Your Inner Grill Master

In this book, I tackle serious concerns Ohio residents have, like:

How can I protect my assets from being spent down to qualify for Medicaid? How can I protect my savings from being spent on unnecessary probate or guardianship proceedings?

• How can I qualify for $14,000–$27,000 in tax free income from the VA to help pay for home healthcare, assisted living, or nursing home care? This is a great resource for folks to have when they are trying to understand the very complicated process of Estate, Medicaid, and VA benefits planning. I also have a link available on our website as well: an-ohio-guide/

If you have any questions at all, then feel free to reach out to our office at 740-452-8484.


Have a great month!

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