Why Would I Need a Post-Nup?
“While couples might sign a prenuptial agreement before they’re married and a “post-nup” after, it’s more than just the timing that differentiates these arrangements, experts say.”
Can Executor Take the Money and Run?
“Succession planning involves accounting for the worst-case scenario. Without accounting for these risks, your plan could fail, require expensive litigation or jeopardize the family farm.”
What are the Tax Brackets for Next Year?
“People pay many different kinds of taxes. You file an income tax return every spring, pay sales taxes when you buy things and pay property taxes if you own a home. These taxes apply to nearly everyone.”
Will Social Security Run Out Soon?
“The Social Security system of retirement benefits, begun in 1935, are a crucial underpinning of life for American retirees. For most people over 65, it’s undoubtedly hard to imagine life without this retirement benefit.”
Giving to My Favorite Charity in Estate Plan
“Some people choose, upon their passing, to give their inheritance to a specific charity or organization. The great news is you don’t need a famous surname to give like a philanthropist.”
Can Estate Plan Be Created without My Spouse?
“I’m looking for guidance on where to start with planning in case something happens to me or my husband.”
Can I Leave Money to My School in My Estate Plan?
“A love for nursing and a desire to help young people prompted a Norfolk man to include a nursing scholarship at Northeast Community College in his estate planning.”
Did Singer Aaron Carter have an Estate Plan?
“Singer Aaron Carter’s £446,000 property will be left to his one-year-old son Prince following the musician’s tragic death last month.”
Are My Children Entitled to My Money?
“Adult children may anticipate, but are not legally entitled, to an inheritance.”
New Life Insurance Available for Disabled Vets
“Disabled veterans will be guaranteed access to life insurance policies under a new Veterans Affairs program set to launch early next year, department officials announced Tuesday.”