It is not easy for nonprofit organizations to secure new funding sources every year. When a regular donor passes away, the organization is often left with a desperate need to replace the funding. If you want to avoid this happening to your favorite charity, you can leave an endowment in your estate plan for a lot less money than you probably think.
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What is THE most important estate planning document?
The unimaginable sometimes happens, and it happens to young folks as well as old. This is something that needs everyone’s attention.
Before the Shooting Starts – Keeping Peace in the Family
Unfortunate battle over the estate of a man of peace, Martin Luther King Jr.
‘TIS THE SEASON TO THINK ABOUT CHARITABLE GIFTS
Here are some things you should consider if you are charitably inclined this Holiday Season.
Beware “Nursing Home Compare”
There is no substitute for seeing for yourself rather than relying on ambiguous rating systems that can be manipulated.
What will they do with my body after I’m gone?
People rarely think about this while they are still vertical.
When should I think about estate planning?
The best estate planning not only addresses our affairs after death, it also gets our affairs in order under potentially adverse circumstances during our lifetime.
Is Wealth Building Really That Simple?
Wealth building is so simple it can be explained in one sentence — Spend less than you earn and invest the difference wisely.
This is government insurance for people who have very little money that covers, among other things, the cost of nursing home care.
Fast And Furious Star Slowed Down To Plan Ahead
Paul Walker signed his will in August of 2001, when he was only 28 years old. This is the same year his first Fast & Furious movie was released.