Here are a few financial planning tips/topics, if you are considering a new pet or looking to ensure that yours is cared for should you predecease it.
A power of attorney, or POA, is a document that enables an individual to appoint a person or organization to manage his or her affairs, should this individual become unable to do so.
In addition to the worldly goods you give to your loved ones, leaving a “last letter” behind can help them deal with their grief at losing you.
The children get a loan that might have cost them thousands of dollars of fees with a traditional lender, and the parents get an income stream that gives a better return than a savings account would.
A trust actually can prevent your descendants from following such an undesirable lifestyle.
I am frustrated that I can’t send my husband to my doctor’s office to pick up a prescription or get information from my files!
Each child reduces the household wealth of Americans between the ages of 30 and 59 by about 3% or 4%, according to data from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College.
Despite the importance of having a will, a recent survey from AARP found that two out of five Americans over the age of 45 do not have one.
I'm the executor of my mother's estate. She has an IRA where the beneficiary is her estate. When I withdraw this IRA into her estate account, how will this money be taxed?
After taking inventory of your possessions, including your home, vehicle, stocks, life insurance policies, etc., there are many steps you will need to take to protect these assets -- and yourself. There are many steps and documents that advisors will suggest you put into place immediately for your protection.