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Estate Planning Meets Tax Planning
Asset Protection

Estate Planning Meets Tax Planning

By being very selective about who receives which type of money—whether Traditional or Roth IRAs, after-tax brokerage accounts, life insurance, etc.—you can dramatically cut the share that goes to the IRS and increase the amount going to your family.

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It Is Important to have a Digital Estate Plan
Asset Protection

It Is Important to have a Digital Estate Plan

What happens to all your digital accounts, services and property after you die? The official name for all these is a Digital Estate Plan. With the lines increasingly blurred between our on-and off-line lives, it’s more important than ever to have a plan for your digital holdings.

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Is an Irrevocable Trust a Good Idea?
Asset Protection

Is an Irrevocable Trust a Good Idea?

Like a lot of estate planning vehicles, irrevocable trusts work very well for some purposes—particularly for tax avoidance and asset protection—and not so well for other purposes.

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What You Should Never, Ever, Include in Your Will
Asset Protection

What You Should Never, Ever, Include in Your Will

A last will and testament is a straightforward estate planning tool, used to determine the beneficiaries of your assets when you die, and, if you have minor children, nominating a guardian who will raise your children. Wills can be very specific but can’t enforce all of your wishes. For example, if you want to leave…

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