2016: The Year of Your Estate Plan

As outlined recently by Business Insider, even people who seem to have it all–famous and highly successful people–make New Year’s Resolutions. Interestingly, most of them focus not on how to make themselves better, but rather on how to help others. In fact, many of them focus on family and paying forward their good fortune. Why not…

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Charitable Giving: The Greatest Gift

In this season of giving, it is important to recognize those who give back. Kirk Douglas, widely known for his lengthy career in the movies, can add one more star to his personal walk of fame and that is for his philanthropy. It’s a good idea to consider your charitable giving throughout the year, but it’s…

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Options for Charitable Estate Planning

Childless seniors are more likely to leave money and assets to charity after they die than any other group. If you fit into that category and are wondering what to do with your charitable planning, here are a THREE ways to give back: ESTABLISH A TRUST: a charity (or charities) can be the beneficiary of either a revocable…

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