Estate Planning

Student loans are big business - and big debt. 42 million Americans have student loan debt, and there is over...

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From 1989 to 2016, the average age of inheritance recipients rose by a decade from age 41 to 51. And...

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AARP says the Social Security Administration (SSA) is reporting a new type of retirement scam that involves imposters calling individuals...

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Parents often dread having "the talk" with their teenage children about sex and drugs. Many of these same adults in...

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Single mothers work hard to protect and care for their children. Whether they are the sole provider and caregiver or...

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Social Security Income (SSI) beneficiaries and future beneficiaries will see 6 changes in 2020. 1. 1.6% Cost-Of-Living (COLA) Adjustment On...

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Under new retirement rules, IRAs (individual retirement accounts) and 401(k) beneficiaries may not see their inheritances for a decade under...

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Many people make New Year's resolutions to improve their health, take charge of their finances, learn a new skill -...

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The National Law Review has published 2019 Year-End Estate Planning: The Question Is Not Whether to Gift, But How to...

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Holidays are a time for cherished family traditions - including discussing taboo topics such as aging parents' estate plans at...

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