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Asset Plans For The Recently Single
  • Published: November 6, 2018

If you’re going through the big D and it doesn’t mean Dallas, there’s understandably a lot on your mind and your proverbial plate. Whether you’ve been with someone one year or 25, divorce can put an immense amount of stress on an individual for several reasons including the financial details that need to be taken care of in order for…Read More

Special Needs Trust – What Are They And When Are They Needed?
  • Published: October 8, 2018

As anyone with a special needs person in their life might already know, there are a lot of details and things that need to be done in order to protect and care for your loved one in the best way possible. If you happen to have a loved one with special needs and you don’t have a Special Needs Trust…Read More

Queen Insisted That Meghan Markle Sign A Prenup
  • Published: July 25, 2018

People all over the globe watched the festivities as American actress Meghan Markle and Prince Harry said their “I do’s” at Windsor Castle near London, England on May 19. Everyone acknowledges it was the wedding of the year, but now word is out that the groom’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth was thinking about estate planning, as well as how the bride…Read More

What Should We Expect When We Hit Retirement Age?
  • Published: July 13, 2018

There are a lot of variables when you reach retirement: Social Security checks may or may not be taxed, depending on your income. You’ll pay federal income taxes on most retirement plan withdrawals, but there may also be state taxes based on where you live. The tax rates on investments can also vary. The San Francisco Chronicle’s recent article, “Beware of hidden taxes…Read More

When’s The Best Time For Me To Take Social Security?
  • Published: June 27, 2018

Kiplinger’s recent article, “The Biggest Social Security Mistake You Can Make,” explains that the biggest Social Security mistake isn’t taking it too early. Individuals can claim their Social Security retirement benefits as early as age 62 (and get a reduced benefit) or wait and receive a larger benefit. At 70, the maximum benefit is reached, which is about 75% greater than the early…Read More

Are You Ready To Be An Executor?
  • Published: June 23, 2018

An executor is the person designated to distribute a deceased person’s property that passes under his or her will and takes care of paying debts and expenses, explains WMUR in its recent article, “Settling an estate.” When an executor isn’t willing or able to perform his or her duties, there’s usually an alternative. If no alternative has been named, the courts will approve…Read More

How To Budget For Retirement
  • Published: May 25, 2018

After spending years working, bringing in income and saving for the future, you now must spend and manage that money. It’s a big change, and requires a thoughtful approach. US News & World Report’s recent article, “7 Myths About Finances in Retirement,” says that moving into this new phase of life, can create changes in your finances and lifestyle. For most of us,…Read More

New Tax Law Has Big Changes For 529 Accounts And ABLE Plans
  • Published: May 15, 2018

Think Advisor’s recent article, “Investing in 529, ABLE Plans? Better Check Tax Law Changes,” says that the tax reform passed at the end of 2017 made important changes to educational 529 and 529 ABLE plans. The 2017 Tax Act expanded Section 529 plans, to include the use of up to $10,000 per year for elementary or secondary school expenses. The new law will…Read More

What’s The Biggest Threat To Your Inheritance?
  • Published: May 11, 2018

The biggest hurdle to seeing a windfall from your rich grandfather isn't the possible 40% estate tax. It's your own relatives, according to CNBC in the recent article, “Say hello to the No. 1 threat to your $11 million inheritance.” A recent TD Wealth survey found that 44% of attorneys, trust officers, and accountants cited family conflicts as the biggest threat to estate…Read More

Rudy Giuliani’s Latest Divorce Will Be Expensive
  • Published: May 2, 2018

Think Advisor recently published an article, “Rudy Giuliani's $60M Divorce: This Time It's Going To Hurt.” It will be contested, and there’s no prenuptial agreement—and Rudy’s been trying to keep a low profile. The article says that the deck on this split is deeply stacked against the former New York City Mayor. There is estimated to be $60 million at stake. Rudy is…Read More

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