Planning for your estate is a great way to be prepared for the end of your life, but not knowing whom to trust to help you with your preparations can leave you worse off than when you started. The absolute best way to begin your estate planning is with the help of a qualified estate-planningRead More
What is ABLE and what does it mean for your special needs family member?
The ABLE Act, also called “Achieving a Better Life Experience” Act, was passed by Congress and signed by President Obama on Dec. 19, 2014. This act will allow people with disabilities, who became disabled before they turned 26, to set aside up to $14,000 a year in tax-free savings, while still protecting eligibility for federalRead More
Things to Consider when Planning your Estate
Millions of Americans put off dealing with issues relating to their estates due to either fear of the inevitable or a belief that they have plenty of time. While there may be plenty of time, the fact is, accidents do happen. Whether you don’t like thinking about it or you think you have plenty ofRead More