The inheritance you leave could be eaten away by taxes or given to the wrong person. Here are five tips to avoid that.
Drawing up a will, checking your beneficiaries and setting up a trust can help keep your estate in good hands.
IF YOU’RE SINGLE AND die in 2020, you can have up to $11.58 million in assets before your heirs have to worry about paying a penny in estate taxes.
Knowing that, you might assume only the super wealthy need to worry about estate planning. However, financial planners say you’d be wrong to think planning is only necessary for the 1%.
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