August 2013 Archives

Incapacity planning ties into estate planning

Planning for incapacity is something we all should do at some point.  Doing so ensures that when you are no longer able to make decisions for yourself, there are structures and instructions in place so that legal, financial, and personal matters are handled dealt with properly.  

Don't make your heirs pay your estate tax bill

The prospect of inheriting property is, for most people, pretty appealing, for obvious reasons. In some situations, though, inheriting property can be a frustrating experience. That is certainly the case when the estate of the deceased person failed to adequately provide for the payment of the estate tax.

Estate planning and asset protection planning

Our Georgia readers may have heard here and there about the importance of asset protection planning, but what exactly is it? Asset protection planning is an aspect of estate planning that involves limiting one’s liabilities in order to protect one’s wealth. There are various fronts on which asset protection planning can be implemented, and various ways to do it, depending on an individual’s circumstances.

Financial power of attorney: an important aspect of estate planning

For older Americans, putting together a sound financial plan, both for retirement and for one’s estate, is a very important project. Many people who put off making a plan in their younger years, though, overlook the possibility that they may lose the capacity to make their own financial decisions someday. Unfortunately, sufficient mental capacity to make these decisions is not something all of us retain until our death.

Financial power of attorney: an important aspect of estate planning

For older Americans, putting together a sound financial plan, both for retirement and for one’s estate, is a very important project. Many people who put off making a plan in their younger years, though, overlook the possibility that they may lose the capacity to make their own financial decisions someday. Unfortunately, sufficient mental capacity to make these decisions is not something all of us retain until our death.

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