How To Manage Your Digital Accounts After Your Death—Part 1

How To Manage Your Digital Accounts After Your Death—Part 1

If you have preferences about what happens to your digital footprint after your death, you need to take action. Otherwise, your online legacy will be determined for you—and not by you. If you have any online accounts, such as Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn,...
Selling Real Estate Or A Business? Avoid Capital Gains Tax With A Charitable Remainder Trust

Selling Real Estate Or A Business? Avoid Capital Gains Tax With A Charitable Remainder Trust

If you have a sale of real estate or assets coming up that will result in you owing capital gains tax, you may want to give us a call to discuss whether to set up a Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT) first. Think of it this way: would you rather pay taxes and send your...
What Your Last Will & Testament Will (And Will Not) Do—Part 2

What Your Last Will & Testament Will (And Will Not) Do—Part 2

August is “National Make-A-Will Month,” and if you have already prepared your will, congratulations—too few Americans have taken this key first step in the estate planning process. In fact, only 33% of Americans have created their will, according to Caring.com’s 2022...
3 Critical Considerations For How To Save For Your Child’s (or Grandchild’s) College Education—Part 2

3 Critical Considerations For How To Save For Your Child’s (or Grandchild’s) College Education—Part 2

If you have started to save for your child or grandchild’s college education, it’s worth considering whether to use a 529 plan, an education savings account, or an irrevocable trust. Last week, in part one of this series, we discussed 529 plans and education savings...