This is an article from the Potter Law Firm (www.potterestateplanning.com) in Ashland, Kentucky, that we thought others may find helpful. People who are single with no children often have fewer … [Read more...] about Estate Planning is Essential Whether You Are Married or Not
When choosing the direction to take in estate planning, it’s important to consider the impact of the proposed estate plan on income tax basis. Basis is often overlooked when estate planning strategies … [Read more...] about Income Tax Basis in Estate Planning – Part 2
This is an article from Quraishi Law Firm (https://quraishilaw.com/) in Frisco, Texas, that we thought others may find helpful. As the baby boomer generation ages—and downsizes—more and more adult … [Read more...] about The Downsizing Generation: How to Handle a Surplus of Stuff When a Loved One Ages
What’s the right direction for you in planning for future medical expenses? The odds are even that you’ll need long-term care (LTC) after age 65, at least for a while. Here are possible paths for … [Read more...] about How Are You Planning for Long-Term Care (LTC) Expenses?
This is an article from Anderson, Dorn & Rader, Ltd. (www.wealth-counselors.com) in Reno, Nevada, that we thought others may find helpful. Although many people equate “estate planning” with … [Read more...] about Do You Really Need a Trust?