An ABLE account is a great strategy for someone who became disabled by age 26. An ABLE account may be income tax-free. It has other unique benefits for a disabled person. Read on to learn more about the ABLE account and how it can help.
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What are 529 plans? Can they be held in trusts? Read on to learn more about these plans and why to consider them.
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What are UTMA and UGMA accounts? Are there better alternatives? Read on to learn more about these accounts, their drawbacks, and better alternatives.
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Over the course of a single day, you make hundreds of minor and major decisions relating to your own life. You are also accustomed to making health care related decisions for yourself and you probably assume you will always be able to make those decisions. The time may come, however, when you become incapacitated and […]
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As your estate plan grows and expands, you will incorporate a variety of estate planning tools and strategies into that plan. One of the most common of those is a trust. If you do decide to add a trust to your estate plan, you will need to appoint a Trustee for that trust. Can you […]
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Every adult should have at least a basic estate plan in place. For members of the LGBT community, both the need for comprehensive estate planning, and the benefits derived from that plan, are increased. Understanding why estate planning is so important for LGBT couples may help encourage you to get started on your plan or […]
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If someone close to you recently passed away, you are undoubtedly going through the grieving process that follows a loss. The last thing you may want to focus on is the need to administer the decedent’s estate. If it appears that you are the logical person to do so, however, you will need to devote […]
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