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Complete a Complete Estate Plan

When it comes to planning, the focus is typically on making you better prepared for the future. That means limiting taxes, creating wiser investment strategies, knowing when it’s best to claim Social Security and developing sustainable retirement income plans. All…
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Former Vanity Fair Contributing Editor Makes Headlines with Estate Dispute

The 63-year-old Wolff, who is married, is also the father of a baby with a much younger TV personality. He now is also a defendant in the new Manhattan civil suit with his estranged spouse, attorney Alison Anthoine. Wolff was…
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Children Challenge Pittsburgh Publisher’s Will After Being Left Out

Two times in the past four years, the attorney for the late publisher Richard Mellon Scaife unduly influenced the billionaire to change his estate planning documents to disinherit his daughter Jennie Scaife and give assets to newspapers and foundations the…
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A Close Look at the Costs for End-of-Life Care

A recent study showed that people in the U.S. fear developing Alzheimer's disease more than any other major life-threatening disease—including cancer, stroke, heart disease and diabetes. It also found if diagnosed with the disease, most have deep concerns about their…
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Phoenix Inventors Create Digital Storage for Estate Planning Documents

Investopedia’s recent article asks “Should You Store Estate-Planning Documents Digitally?” The article reports that two Arizona entrepreneurs who’d had enough with the massive amounts of paperwork for their own estates created Document Trunk. It’s a digital estate planning document storage…
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Personal Finance Myths Debunked!

You want to prosper by following tried-and-true principles of effective wealth creation and asset management—not myths passed down from older generations or heard around the office water cooler. Kiplinger’s “8 Urban Myths of Personal Finance” unravels several urban legends of…
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Ready…Set…Start your Estate Planning!

Estate plans have several components to help beneficiaries carry out the requests of the benefactor. You want to start tackling those components while you’re still healthy and of sound mind. In fact, a recent gobankingrates.com article, “Your Estate Planning Checklist:…
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What If I Don’t Want to Be an Executor?

A recent New Jersey 105.com article explains that the executor's role is very significant and has considerable responsibility. The article is entitled "What if you don't want to serve as executor?" If you are chosen to be an executor, think…
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