The future of the federal estate tax is in the hands of the voters this November. A lot depends on the makeup of Congress come 2013. Here are some probable scenarios of how the current uncertainty will play out.
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This article answers some of the most frequently asked questions about estate planning.
PACE is a little-known program that may offer promising alternatives for elder care.
Some words of wisdom for people who have assets in, or reside in, multiple jurisdictions.
Raising the retirement age is inevitable, given the economy, the state of the budget (at least, that’s what they call it in Washington DC), and the increased life expectancy that modern medical science helps us attain.
There are a few legal documents that every competent adult should have in place. One of them is an advance health-care directive. Pre-printed generic forms are available in a variety of places, but you might want to educate yourself as to the options that might be important to you. There are a lot of things that you can include in your directive that are not covered in standardized forms.