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“When Americans are surveyed about where they want to live as they get older, most say they’d like to stay in their homes and ‘age in place.’” Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“The common advice for a crisis is to remain calm and try to think clearly. That's not always possible, but prior planning and preparation – much like with fire drills or tornado drills – can help you to stay focused and make better decisions during an emergency situation.” Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“You can make a big impact, after you’re gone.” Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“It’s going to be a busy year in Washington and state capitals for policymakers working to improve the retirement security of millions of Americans.” Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“Planning for the future of a farm, ranch or business can be a lot more complicated than just making a will, especially if there is more than one heir.” Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“The lawyer emphasizes that, in granting the hot power of gifting to an agent, Charles is creating a greater opportunity for self-dealing, making it all-important that he explicitly trusts the agent he names. Continue reading
Posted Feb 8, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“Dying without a will basically means that you give up having control over who gets your property after your death and who will be the guardian of your minor children.” Continue reading
Posted Feb 7, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“Your will may provide how the estate should be distributed, if one of the legatees dies before you. If not, you can change your will to reflect how you want the estate divided, after the loss of your child.” Continue reading
Posted Feb 6, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“In 2019, you can save up to $3,500 in a health savings account, if you have self-only health insurance coverage. The limit goes up to $7,000 for family plans.” Continue reading
Posted Feb 5, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“So, your friend or relative who tells you they don’t have to pay any income tax on their Social Security may be correct—for themselves. But that may not be true for you.” Continue reading
Posted Feb 4, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“It is really an epidemic of people going after our most frail and fragile citizens. They can convince them they won the lottery and they haven’t bought a ticket.” Continue reading
Posted Feb 1, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“Are you ready for retirement? There are steps you should take to ensure you’re able to live the life you desire, once it’s time to pass the management reins to the next generation.” Continue reading
Posted Jan 31, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“Despite a permanently reduced monthly benefit, here's why more workers could opt to take their payout as early as age 62.” Continue reading
Posted Jan 30, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“While clients often focus on the market, goals and portfolio performance, it never hurts to make sure estate planning items are correct, particularly heading into the new year.” Continue reading
Posted Jan 29, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“It’s one of the most important conversations that none of us want to have.” Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“While a retirement wish list might include roaming the world or pursuing a luxurious hobby, the daily realities of paying off a mortgage or funding a child’s education can make it tough to save.” Continue reading
Posted Jan 25, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“If your life insurance lists only “Jr.” as the beneficiary, he will get 100% of the death benefit and your daughter will get only half of the assets that do not have a beneficiary designation.” Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“You wouldn't trust your toddler with a pile of cash, right? Well, this estate-planning technique may allow you to safely pass your IRA on to future generations—if you do it right.” Continue reading
Posted Jan 23, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“A majority of Americans would be in a sharing mood, if they were to have a big fortune fall into their lap, according to a new survey.” Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“Does a power of attorney ever terminate, or do I have to hire an attorney to remove someone that I no longer trust and refuses to give up the POA?” Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“If you could, what financial advice would you give your younger self?” Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“A majority of Americans would be in a sharing mood, if they were to have a big fortune fall into their lap, according to a new survey.” Continue reading
Posted Jan 17, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“It’s the question at the heart of so much retirement planning: How much money will I need in savings when I’ve stopped working?” Continue reading
Posted Jan 16, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“Both the guardianship and conservatorship can also take away a person’s right to bring and defend actions in court. There are several other, less intrusive ways to act on behalf of someone with diminished mental or physical capacity.” Continue reading
Posted Jan 15, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law
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“As the next generation of farmers and ranchers dive into their productive agricultural careers, consideration must be also paid to retiring and aging producers. Continue reading
Posted Jan 14, 2019 at Orlando Estate & Elder Law