A rock-solid will isn't only for your peace of mind — it's for your heirs' peace of mind, too.
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Don't forget this very important person on your holiday gift list — you! How about one of these smart financial gifts?
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Life insurance is for people with dependents and stuff, right? Yep, and sometimes that applies to singles, too.
When aging or illness make financial decisions too dicey, folks can turn to a trustworthy third party known as power of attorney.
Up to 40% of Americans age 45 and older don't have a will. It's high-time you got out of that statistic.
Setting up a trust may be the right move for your family and heirs. You don't have to be a millionaire, either.
Putting off money matters is common even in the best of times. But in the weeks following the death of a loved one, these money decisions can't wait.
Ancestry has made 170 million will and probate documents available online. You can learn a lot about a person by what they've left behind.
After you're gone, your virtual self will live on — for a while. Grant your heirs access to your digital property before it's gone, too.
From hiring your children to work in your business to careful end-of-life planning, you can help reduce the taxes that you (or your children) will owe.
What kind of life insurance policy do you have? Do you understand the terms? Are you getting the most bang for your insurance buck? Check out this Financial IQ Test to see
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