In this issue of our Estate Planning Newsletter
Many are fearful of starting a conversation about retirement. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Click through for some tips on getting the conversation started so both parents and grown children can be prepared.
Are you wondering to whom you should leave all your assets in your absence? A good rule of thumb is to allocate the role of beneficiary to those who will suffer financially as a result of your passing away. Click through for some advice on how to name your heirs in your will.
Teaching is a lifelong vocation. Whether you’ve been a teacher or think you can turn your life experience into a second-act education career, it’s worth looking into. Click through to see how teaching can become a sweet golden years gig.
Need to plan for medical emergencies and declines in mental functioning to be sure that your money is taken care of? Click through to learn more about a durable power of attorney, which will eliminate confusion and uncertainty when you’re not able to make decisions for yourself.