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What Does an Advance Directive Do?

It’s the worst-case scenario: you become ill or are injured and can’t convey your wishes for end-of-life care. Having an advance directive as part of your estate plan is good. However, it’s just the start. Once you have an advance…

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How Do You Plan for a Fulfilling Retirement?

Your golden years might be three decades long, so planning your retirement and income has to match up with a longer and more active lifestyle. Today’s retirement could last two or three decades, as people stay healthier and live longer,…

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Planning for a Disabled Child and an Inheritance

Parents of special needs children must plan carefully for their children’s lives, after the parents are gone. If there is an inheritance in the future, means-tested benefits could be lost, unless proper planning takes place. Parents who have devoted their…

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What Does an Executor Do?

If you’ve been asked to serve as an executor of an estate, it will be important for you to understand your responsibilities. It is both an honor to be asked to carry out your family member or friend’s final wishes,…

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