Building and living off a nest egg is tough. However, you can make the situation even more difficult if you run afoul of some key laws governing retirement accounts.
As a review of terms, a will is a legal document that specifies how a person’s estate should be handled only after that person’s death. A living will has nothing to do with how your “things” like property, money, jewelry, etc. are to be distributed. Unlike a will, it is, in fact, a document that comes into play while you’re still alive.
Could generations of traditional homeownership wisdom be wrong? Here’s what you need to know to determine whether your home is an investment that will pay off in retirement—or a liability.
What happens when all of a corpse’s money is in his cold wallet?
If you’ve ever spent time working through your estate plan, you know how important it is to select and update your beneficiaries.
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