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Estate Planning for Business: Why it is Important?

Estate planning is a good choice if you own a business and if you are worried about its future. A lot of people seem to talk and think about estate planning for a long time yet seem to never get around to the actual planning. While many people seem to believe there is no rush as they are young or the business isn’t making millions of dollars it is never too early for estate planning. When it comes to estate planning for businesses there are lots of benefits to having a good estate plan. We strongly advise all the business owners at a minimum to consult their local estate planning lawyer to better educate themselves on how estate planning can

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How Much Does Estate Planning Cost
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How Much Does Estate Planning Cost

Estate planning is the process where you allocate all your assets to beneficiaries. The process also involves planning your retirement so that you can live comfortably. Your aim should be to plan your finances to optimize income and save on taxes. The best way to do this is to hire a good lawyer who can plan for you. A good estate planning lawyer in New York will cost you anything like $800-$1800. If your estate is larger and more complex it could go upwards of $3500 too. You could do it yourself if you are updated about laws and financial matters too. A good book that can teach you DIY planning is available at about $100. You could probably buy

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Importance of Estate Planning In the Down Economy!
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Importance of Estate Planning In the Down Economy!

During a down economy, estate planning becomes the lowest priority as their net worth either stagnates or starts decreasing and people start looking for the options with which they can save maximum. However, they are unaware of the fact that some estate planning techniques work specifically during a recession and low-interest period. Expending money on such techniques can prove out to be an excellent option to dispense the asset from your estate while saving the taxes imposed on them. The economic recession can provide you with some opportunities if you approach estate planning with a long term perspective. Estate Planning In the Down Economy- There are many estate planning techniques that you can utilize to make the down economy advantageous

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estate planning children
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Estate Planning for Children

Being parents has always been a tough job. Taking care of your children and making sure that they are safe, has always been the primary cause of concern for all the parents. The same is the case in estate planning as well. For those who have children, they need to make sure that their estate plan primarily includes the financial stability of their children, especially when they are minors. Thus, this article is here to help such parents who need to come up with the best estate plan for their children’s safe future. Some Tips for Estate Planning for Parents There are some very important points that you must consider while taking care of estate planning if you have offspring

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Who should be the beneficiary of your IRA?
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Who should be the beneficiary of your IRA?

Estate planning also involves some accounts like the saving and retirement accounts, insurance policies, etc., that can’t be distributed according to your will and pass on according to your designated beneficiaries in the form allotted by that particular financial institution. While opening an IRA account, you need to fill a form designating a beneficiary to specify how the money in that account will be distributed after your demise. This designation overrides whatever you have mentioned in your will or trust whatever you have opted for your estate planning. Estate Planning- However, apart from making mistakes like the way of investing funds and saving strategies, the biggest blunder can be not naming or naming a wrong beneficiary which either goes undetected

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