When starting your own business, a carefully researched and well-thought-out business plan allows you to determine whether or not your business concept will succeed and make money. A solid business plan can't only serve as a roadmap to guide your company's progress but also allow you to test the validity of your business model, research the market, understand your competition, and avoid potential pitfalls. How will you do that? Learn more here!
No matter how well you think you know your loved ones, it's impossible to predict exactly how they'll behave when you die or become incapacitated. No one wants to believe that their family members would ever end up fighting one another in court over inheritance issues, but the fact is, we see it all the time. The best way to deal with estate planning disputes is to do everything possible to prevent family conflicts from making sure they never occur in the first place.
Business growth is a dream that sparkles in the eyes of many small business owners. But bigger is only better when your business is set up to support the life you want. However, bigger is not necessarily better. It will become best if your business supports you in having a life you love, with an income to match, and providing services or products you're proud to deliver. So, how do you get there for sustainable success in 2022 and beyond? Let's take a look here!
Most people immediately think of taking legal steps to ensure the right people inherit their stuff when they die. Although that thought is not wrong, it also highlights the importance of planning for life. Planning that’s focused solely on who gets what when you die is ignoring that death isn’t the only thing you must prepare for. Consider that at some point before your eventual death, you could be incapacitated, which can drag out over many years, leaving you and your family in agonizing limbo.
The constant whirlwind of excitement and activity surrounding the launch of your startup can leave you feeling overwhelmed. You can get so focused on the day-to-day tasks and responsibilities of getting your operation up and running that you neglect some of your company's most vital legal components. Because you're so busy and likely not generating much revenue during the startup phase, it may be tempting to try to handle everything on your own and not seek out the support of a business lawyer.
As you already know, but may not have given much thought about, the most important inheritance you provide is so much more than the money you'll leave behind, but also includes your wishes, insights, stories, and experience. That's why, this year, we invite you to ask your loved ones the 32 important questions that can reveal a wealth of valuable life lessons - family treasures to discuss and share with generations to come.
If you're like many homeowners, your home is likely your family's most valuable and treasured asset. In light of this, you want to plan wisely to ensure your home will pass to your heirs in the most efficient and safe manner possible when you die or in the event you become incapacitated. That's why it's a much responsible way to include your home into your estate plan. But before you do that, make sure to identify the best estate planning strategies when passing your home to your loved ones.
When you realize that your biggest personal and business expense is taxes, it can come as quite a shock. Seeing so much of your money wind up in the government's hands can feel like a shakedown. So, it's crucial to strategize to reduce your taxes. Some people resist enforcing creative tax strategies because they're worried it will get them in trouble with the IRS. However, as long as you do things properly, there's nothing illegal about strategizing to pay the least amount of taxes possible.
NFTs, or "non-fungible tokens," are the latest sensation in the cryptocurrency universe or the "Cryptoverse." And if you haven't heard about NFTs yet, now is a great time to learn because they're likely to be a big part of our collective future. You might be wondering why anyone would spend such vast sums on digital images that you can download from the Internet for free. Here we'll explain what you need to know about NFTs and how to ensure your estate plan covers them if you own one.
With the booming aging population, more and more seniors will require long-term healthcare services, whether at home, in an assisted living facility, or in a nursing home. However, such long-term care can be expensive, especially when needed for extended periods, and that's why long-term care insurance was created to address this gap in healthcare coverage. We'll answer some of the most FAQs about these policies to help you determine whether you could include this as part of your estate plan.