Month: December 2013

There are so many decisions to be made in day-to-day living that many people shift planning for the future to the back burner. This is especially true when it comes to less-enticing discussions, such as those related to future health care decisions. Taking the time to...

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Wills and other end-of-life planning documents are a good idea for any individual. You don't have to be rich to see a benefit in estate planning. In fact, according to an Allianz Life Insurance survey, many baby boomers place value on things that have nothing to do...

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Most Nevada residents aren't rushing to perform estate-planning duties, and reticence in such matters is understandable. The creation of wills, trusts and other estate-related items causes individuals to consider things that can seem depressing. On the other hand,...

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People generally like the homes in which they live. They love their children or other relatives and want them to enjoy houses and other properties after they are gone - but without paying a lot of inheritance tax and other costs of estate administration & probate....

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