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Are You Leaving Your Retirement Account at Risk Due to Poor Planning?

Are You Leaving Your Retirement Account at Risk Due to Poor Planning?

80% of retirement account beneficiaries immediately liquidate the account and frivolously spend the assets

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Recent Superstar Death Brings Estate Planning to the Forefront of Discussion

Recent Superstar Death Brings Estate Planning to the Forefront of Discussion

If you do not plan for your death, your family will get stuck in Court and could end up in conflict as well

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If You Build It, You Best Protect It

If You Build It, You Best Protect It

Consider all the time you have spent or will spend building your business – and then consider how much energy you have spent on how to protect it or protect your family from it. Unfortunately, many small business owners don’t give much thought to asset protection until

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Protecting Your Business From Personal Legal Liabilities

Most small business owners are aware of the importance of protecting their personal assets from business liabilities.  However, the reverse is just as necessary – protecting your business assets from personal legal troubles. For example, if you are at fault in a serious auto accident that injures

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More About Your Estate Plan

The revocable living trust is the basic building block of most estate plans. It’s the tool that allows your estate to avoid the expense, time consumption, and uncertainty of probate court, and it is the tool that can hold just about any of your assets. While revocable

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Assets Without Physical Form

There’s been a lot written about estate planning in recent years. That’s partially because federal laws on the taxation of estates have changed a lot in the past few years, and they will be up for discussion by Congress again before the end of 2012. Anything being

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Professional Guidance Through a Complex Process

There is a widespread misconception that estate planning is simply a method of directing one’s assets to designated beneficiaries in the event of death. That’s simply too narrow of a view. Estate planning is necessary—crucial in fact–in the event that you become incapacitated or otherwise need a

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Three Reasons for Having a Living Trust

There are a multitude of reasons to have a living trust. We can’t begin to cover them all, but we will touch on three reasons very briefly here.   Reason #1: Protecting Property for Certain Beneficiaries   When most of us think about estate planning, we think

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What If?

Most people start the process of estate planning to deal with “What If”. What If you died and your children were still too young to care for themselves? What If you were no longer physically able to care for yourself? What If you had very specific instructions

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