4 Easy-to-Overlook Estate Planning Mistakes

It’s easy to avoid making an estate plan, but not having one won’t be easy on your loved ones. Having your affairs in order can be a big help to your family, so consider creating a comprehensive estate plan. Unfortunately, there are many easy-to-overlook estate planning mistakes, such as not naming beneficiaries on retirement accounts, [...]

2022-08-15T01:09:31+00:00August 15th, 2022|Estate Planning|

Legacy Planning – Thinking About the Next Generation

You’ve probably passed on pieces of wisdom to your children, but have you considered how you’ll pass on your wealth? Now that you’re reaching a certain age, you may be wondering how you’ll pass on family heirlooms, property, or the wealth you’ve built over many years. Proper legacy planning could be one of the greatest [...]

2022-06-20T14:18:57+00:00June 20th, 2022|Estate Planning|

Estate Planning 101

Did you know that Baby Boomers will pass down an estimated $68 trillion in wealth in the coming decades?[1] You’ve worked hard for your money and likely want to see it passed down in the most efficient way possible for your loved one’s benefit. Unfortunately, costly mistakes are all too easy to make. Understand the [...]

2021-11-15T14:15:47+00:00November 15th, 2021|Estate Planning|

Where Could Interest and Tax Rates Be Headed?

Are you aware of the latest news that could affect your money? We recently heard from Federal Reserve Chairman Powell regarding interest rates, plus the Biden administration released a “Green Book” outlining some potential tax-increasing measures. There are several big changes proposed, and if they come to fruition, you may need to review your tax [...]

2021-10-13T19:24:40+00:00August 16th, 2021|Estate Planning, Federal Reserve, Taxes & Tax Planning|

New Year, New Law Part 2: Time to Review Your Estate Plan

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act is one of the biggest pieces of retirement legislation to be passed in years. It will undoubtedly have a major effect on how many Americans approach retirement planning, and particularly estate planning. We’ve covered these changes previously, including focusing on the elimination of ‘stretch’ IRAs [...]

2020-05-13T02:11:43+00:00January 31st, 2020|Estate Planning, Retirement Planning|
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