When you decide to start educating yourself about estate planning, you are invariably going to come into contact with some unfamiliar terms. This is fully understandable, and in this post, we will look at five terms that you may come across and provide some basic definitions.Custodial CareThe majority of senior citizens will need help with their activities of daily living eventually. They will never recover from the underlying cause of the limitations. For example, a person may have severe … [Read more...] about Explanations of Five Common Estate Planning Terms
The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is spreading in the United States and across the globe. Learn what steps you can take to prepare yourself and help prevent its spread.Read on to learn more. … [Read more...] about Preparing for Coronavirus
You owe federal income tax wherever you live. But your overall tax burden can vary dramatically depending on where you live. Read on to learn more.Best Places to Retire: State Taxation … [Read more...] about Best Places to Retire: State Taxation
Most of us have an idea whom we’d choose to receive our assets at our death. But often we don’t contemplate what should happen if the people whom we’ve selected die before us. Read on to learn more about contingent beneficiaries.Whom Do You Want to Get Your Assets? … [Read more...] about Whom Do You Want to Get Your Assets?
The Sandwich Generation is torn between caretaking responsibilities for their minor children and their elderly parents. But first, they need to make sure they take care of themselves. Read on to learn more.Planning for the Sandwich Generation … [Read more...] about Planning for the Sandwich Generation
Many of us are surprised that our assets may not go to those named in our Will. However, if you have assets controlled by beneficiary designations or other non-probate transfers, that’s the case. Read on to learn how a Will might not control all your assets. Read on to learn more. … [Read more...] about Beneficiary Designations and Other Non-Probate Transfers
The SECURE Act passed in late December. The SECURE Act changes some lifetime rules, but the biggest change concerns rules for beneficiaries. Read on to learn more. … [Read more...] about The SECURE Act and What It Means for You
The SECURE Act passed in late December. The SECURE Act changes some lifetime rules, but the biggest change concerns rules for beneficiaries. The first article in this series examined the SECURE Act. This article examines some planning strategies for dealing with the SECURE Act. Read on to learn more. … [Read more...] about Planning for the SECURE Act
More and more, Americans are choosing to be cared for and are dying in their own homes. If you wish to be cared for and die in your own home, it’s especially important to have a plan in place to facilitate that choice. Read on to learn more.How Will You Age in Place and Be Able to Die at Home? … [Read more...] about How Will You Age in Place and Be Able to Die at Home?
Planning is important for your income taxation during life as well as for any estate tax at death. Even though 2020 is just starting, it’s not too early to think about planning for whatever it may bring your way.Tax Planning for 2020 … [Read more...] about Tax Planning for 2020