Holidays Highlight Need for Ample Liability Insurance
An unexpected situation could put you at risk of landing in court. An umbrella policy can protect your finances in case of a big lawsuit.
Dealing With a Loved One's Cognitive Decline Is Simpler with Right Legal Documents in Place
Accounting for the possibility of your own and your loved one's eventual mental incapacity is a key part of any estate plan.
Tax Tips, Strategies for 2014 and Beyond
April 15 is just 2 weeks away, but many people can still cut their 2013 income taxes, and almost everyone can plan to create a more tax-efficient strategy for 2014 and beyond.
Prevent Family Estate Fights
Instead of springing a posthumous surprise that can lead to conflict, communicate your financial plans and intentions to your family while you're still alive and well.
Reduce the Sting of New Taxes
Many affluent physicians will pay higher income taxes in 2013, thanks to stealth taxes, but the following moves can help reduce exposure to these new taxes.
Cut the Sting of 2013 Tax Hikes
There are two new taxes in 2013 for high-income Americans, but you don't have to be helpless. You can reduce future taxes with good planning and decisive action.
Estate-Tax Planning: Not Just for the Super Wealthy
Estate-tax planning may seem like a concern only for the very wealthy, but some states have much smaller exemptions and the federal exemption is set to drop to just $1 million in 2013.
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