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.
It's easy to avoid planning for critical health care needs, but an Advance Directive really will ease the burden on you — and your loved ones.
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.
Severing a conjoined life and combined finances as a result of divorce is painful through and through. The jump to a single income lifestyle paves the way to feeling the cash crunc
It's not all about money and cash grabs in making a will: issues like guardians for your children, protection of assets and belongings, and saving income tax are things that ca
Given the tens of millions of Americans nearing the Golden Years, the fields of retirement and estate planning are expanding by leaps and bounds. Along with the growth of work f
What is an estate, what makes up an estate plan, why do I need one, and how do I go about planning? These and more questions are answered in this matter-of-fact article.
With your parents (and other family members), avoiding conversations about finances can be detrimental in more ways than one. Because life happens when you’re busy making pla
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