Prepaid college tuition plans are no longer the surefire solution to runaway tuition costs. However, they may be a way to save for college by locking in at least a portion of future tuition at today’s prices.
Posts Tagged: Trusts
Having A Talk With Aging Parents
Do your aging parents resist any talk about the future or giving you any of their financial or legal information? You’re not alone.
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.
Shutting Down a Trust
Trusts are powerful tools that can give rise to important benefits. But not everybody needs one.
Here is a quick rundown on what trusts are and some of the things they can accomplish as components of an estate plan.
What about using trusts to avoid probate?
Trusts are effective vehicles for probate-avoidance, asset preservation, and tax planning.
The Importance of Having Your Own Rulebook
Setting out your wishes in your very own rulebook may be an opportunity that you can’t afford to pass up.
Art: Trash or Treasure?
How should families fortunate enough to own valuable collections deal with their art or other objects in their estate plans? Here are some thoughts.
Facebook Founders Find Estate Planning Fix
Mark Zuckerberg and Dustin Moskovitz, the co-founders of Facebook and two of the world’s youngest billionaires, may seem too young to be thinking about estate planning. But in 2008, when they were both 24, they used an estate planning tool that is more familiar to people two or three times their age.
Best Picture Nominee “The Descendants” is Full of Estate Planning Nuggets
“The Descendants” is entertaining on many levels, and it rightly deserves its Best Picture nomination.