Posts tagged with "Trusts"



Estate Planning · February 19, 2021
Should You (or Your Parents) Be in the Stock Market Now?
If you or your parents have a retirement account (or any investment accounts), now is the time to get connected to how those accounts are invested. While you may outsource all of this to a broker in the past, then you can no longer afford to allow your investments to be made without understanding what exactly you're investing. Or whether your investments align with your plans for the future. So having a comprehensive estate plan in place will let you out of any conflict.
Estate Planning · February 12, 2021
Will Your Estate Plan Actually Work When Your Family Needs It?
Having an estate plan is one of the best things you can do for your family to ensure your wishes are carried out in the future. However, estate planning is not a one-and-done type of deal. Because if it’s not updated regularly when your wealth, family status, or laws change. Then your plan will be meaningless - it can create its own set of problems that can leave your family worse off than if you’d never created a plan at all.
Estate Planning · February 05, 2021
4 Reasons Why You Can't Afford to Go Without An Estate Plan
Most people don't spend much thinking about planning their estate. Some may rationalize that it's complicated or it takes too much time and effort. But having an estate plan is the best investment that can pay major dividends to your family, especially in the event of your death or incapacitation. It may not be easy as you think, but the benefit you gain from keeping it in place is peace of mind knowing your loved ones will be provided and cared for no matter what happens to you.
Business · February 02, 2021
4 Estate Planning Documents No Entrepreneur  Should Be Without
Every entrepreneur understands the value of effective business planning but seldom are those who are aware of the critical role estate planning plays in their company's success. Without a proper estate plan, the business you worked so hard to build could be at serious risk if something happens to you or in the event of incapacitation. Don't put your most valuable asset at risk. If you haven't created a proper estate plan, your business is missing one of its most essential components.
Business · January 29, 2021
How (and Why) to Keep Your Corporate Records Up to Date
Good record-keeping definitely isn't the flashiest or most exciting part of your business. It's tiresome to dig around dozens of files for several years: information to complete your taxes, get access to capital, or defend your assets, if necessary. But having complete records is crucial if ever you decide to sell your company or when you seek capital for your business. Here's what you need to make sure your records are kept in order.
Estate Planning · January 26, 2021
How Do Trusts Help You Save on Taxes?
Setting up a trust is a great way of securing your assets, reduce tax obligations, and define the management of your estate according to your wishes, even if you're wealthy or not. It's the best decision to set up a trust while you still can since it has different types, and each has various tax consequences. Choose what's best for your family so that when the time comes that you're incapacitated, their future will be safe. Learn more to help you weigh decisions and make the right choice.
Estate Planning · January 19, 2021
How To Plan a "Pet Trust" to Protect Your Pet After Your Death
Your pets are definitely the image of unmatched loyalty and loving companionship. Thus, you care for them the best way you can in your lifetime. However, some pets outlive their owners and end up alone, abandoned, or euthanized. Creating a pet trust is the answer to this best way to avoid this sad fate. This fund will provide your pets’ daily needs such as food, grooming, vet bills, and even burial. Here are some ideas to help you in building a trusts for your pet.
Estate Planning · January 05, 2021
Start Planning Now to Prepare Your Estate for a Possible Democratic Sweep—Part 2
Biden’s proposed Build Back Better plan would require approximately $7 trillion. Such an astounding amount of revenue most likely means a surge in taxes. Biden’s policy front is zeroed in on high-income taxpayers, and yes, that includes corporations and estates. You might want to plan ahead to minimize legal and financial repercussions arising from these proposed changes. From increased business taxes to lowered itemized deductions, here is an outline of Biden’s economic plans.
Estate Planning · January 01, 2021
How to Ensure Your Pets Are Protected and Well-Cared For in the Event of Your Death or Incapacity
Nothing says you love your pets more than having a legal plan in place for their care in the event of your death or incapacity. Unfortunately, too many animals are abandoned each year because their owners take for granted their furry friend's good fortune. You don't have to worry, however. Because now we have an easy solution that offers your faithful companion with the best security - emotional and financial - in the event of your death or incapacity.
Business · December 15, 2020
Building your own business takes a lot of courage and considerations because it requires great effort to acquire some level of recognition an already established business may have. Yet if you feel that purchasing a business that is already in existence is the best option instead of starting one from the ground up, then you must critically consider the following before purchasing one.

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