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New York Advance Medical Directives-2
Intra-Family Loans Have Their Place in Estate Planning
Intra-family loans and notes are tools sometimes used in estate planning. Their uses are many and the situations they cover are varied
Irrevocable Trusts Benefit Long-Term Care Needs
Individual long-term care needs continue to exist, regardless of the state of the nation’s economy, politics, or changes in the law. We each may be faced with a 40 percent possibility that we will require long-term care at least once before death, according to studies
Consolidate and Organize for Successful Money Management
Managing your money can be tedious, especially if too many accounts are involved. A life spent accumulating wealth can often mean busy days that last spill over into nights and weekends, leaving little time for personal organization.
Be Sure to Retitle an Inherited IRA
Correctly retitling an inherited IRA is immensely important to a beneficiary. It can mean the difference between being taxed immediately on the entire amount instead of tax deferred
Business Planning to Reduce the Chances of Incurring Debt
When you start a business, it is crucial that you develop an effective business plan. Solid business planning is the foundation of success.
Don’t Rush into Financial Decisions
The time to make financial decisions is not when you are in the first throes of grieving. When your loved one dies and the estate begins to be settled, some financial decisions may need to be made
Will Early Retirement Harm You?
Will you live longer if you retire at age 55? Sounds nice. More time for relaxation, travel, and other leisure activities. Reduced stress, easy living, right?
Successful Health Care Power of Attorney Depends on Agent
Choosing the right person as your agent is critical when creating a Health Care Power of Attorney (HCPA). You may not even be able to imagine the tremendous power over your health and personal care this person will have.
Keep or Toss? A Guide for Retaining Financial Records
Are you worried about an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax audit? Does that worry make you keep records too long and clutter your living quarters? If a mountain of financially related documents is threatening to overwhelm your space and your sanity
Little Things Matter
An effective estate plan includes all the appropriate Wills, trusts, health care directives, and other financial and planning documents that build protection around you, your family, and your assets
Estate Planning And Spouses: Is A Joint Will A Good Idea?
The option for creating a joint Will exists in some jurisdictions, and this is why the topic is still discussed in many law school courses
The Decline in Estate Planning
According to recent surveys, only 35 percent of Americans have completed their estate planning and only 21 percent have created a trust
America’s Wealthy Have Outdated Estate Plans
According to a recent study, a majority of American families who are wealthy enough to have a full-time accountant and legal representatives on staff have extremely outdated estate plans
DIY Wills: Money-Saving or Disaster-Making?
At first glance, it’s an easy decision: $300 an hour lawyer versus $100 DIY will kit? Most people would opt for the money-saving option
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