In this issue of our Estate Planning Newsletter

What Is the Innocent Spouse Rule?

Want to seek relief from penalties that resulted from your spouse’s underpayment of tax?

How to Handle Common Trust Problems

While creating a trust isn’t terribly complicated, small oversights can have big implications on the validity of your trust.

How To Stay Busy in Retirement

During busy weeks at work, you may have dreamt about quitting at 65 and sleeping in every morning. But many people find that the sudden transition is tougher than they expect.

How To Plan Your Funeral in Advance

Plan all the details of your funeral to take the practical and financial burden off your loved ones and to make sure your last wishes are followed.

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