Regardless of your income or net worth, there’s one estate planning task you should do right now: check the beneficiary designations for your life insurance
A common question in settling the affairs of a loved one, is how long it generally will take after that person dies for the life
Financial Planning’s article, “When you should establish an IRA as a trust,” advises that the answer depends on several factors, like the amount of control
When you pass away, what you leave to your loved ones is important, but so too is how you leave those assets. Making certain that
"It’s common for people to consider how they will eventually like their assets to be distributed among loved ones and ministry organizations. But perhaps you
“Life insurance can pass to your heirs free of tax, if you name the right beneficiary.”
“Most people don’t want to be a burden on their family or children. One of the best things you can do to accomplish this goal,
No one likes to plan for his or her death, but it’ll happen to all of us, says The Reading Eagle Business Weekly in the
The big challenge for many Special Needs Families is balancing the financial needs of retirement with the long-term needs of a child with a disability.
One potential benefit of IRAs is creditor protection in the case of a bankruptcy. However, when you die, you may wonder if your beneficiaries are
Business Insider’s recent article, “A financial adviser shares a 5-step checklist to complete before the end of 2016,” notes that many folks spend more time
Have you considered creating your own estate plan from a template on a website, instead of using the services of a qualified estate planning attorney?