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Special Needs Trusts preserve government benefits while providing for a loved one.

Special Needs Trusts preserve government benefits while providing for a loved one.
Careful estate planning is necessary when planning for children or relatives with disabilities. The term “special needs” it is commonly used where there is someone in the family who is unable to make necessary legal, financial and overall life decisions for him or herself. The biggest fear is often “Who will take care of my loved ones and how will they be provided for after I am gone?” A Special Needs or Supplemental Needs Trust is a trus..
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Want to leave money to a charitable organization? Here’s how to do it wisely.

Want to leave money to a charitable organization? Here’s how to do it wisely.
When planning their estates, many people want to remember a charity, cause, or organization with a monetary gift, an honorable impulse. But the vehicle you use to make the charitable bequest can have a great impact not only on your heirs, but also the organization you’re trying to support.   It’s a very common mistake to include all of your assets in a will or revocable trust, which can have unintended tax consequences. Fortunately, ther..
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Leave your mark, in goals-oriented investing or traditional estate planning.

Leave your mark, in goals-oriented investing or traditional estate planning.
Recent changes to the tax code have raised the threshold for inheritance and gift tax to $11.2 million per person — a threshold most working people will not reach or exceed — and that’s caused some to speculate that estate planning is dead. But to paraphrase Mark Twain, rumors of its demise have been greatly exaggerated.   Instead, we’ve seen the emergence of legacy planning, which differs from traditional estate planning in several ..
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