Turning 65 is a major milestone for many Americans, as it is the traditional age at which they start thinking seriously about retirement.
In honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month – and the more than five million Americans living with the disease – we highlight our Top 7 Celebrity Estates impacted by Alzheimer’s disease…
For many people, your 20s and 30s are spent building careers and creating families. However, today’s millennials face an additional challenge: Many of them are serving as caregivers for family.
It is estimated that more than 50 percent of all Americans don’t have a will, and in our Future File business, we have estimated that less than 10 percent of the U.S. population has a complete legacy and wishes planning system.
My father only designated my mom as an agent on power of attorney forms, and they have not been updated in many years. Where do you think we should go from here?
Many people equate estate planning with older people who have more assets and more to protect. However, that doesn’t mean younger people should ignore the benefits of estate planning. According to Caring.com, only 34% of adults ages 35 to 44 have a will and 18% of adults ages 18 to 34 have one.