Tag Archives: Estate Planning

Reader Question – Inheriting Trusts & IRAs

Reader Question – Inheriting Trusts & IRAs

I recently received a question from a reader, who I will refer to as TPS.  TPS contacted me through my contact me page – if you have a question feel free to use it! TPS seems to be very confused, so rather than just answer the question I will post it so he can reply

An Introduction to Trusts

An Introduction to Trusts

Part of my job duties is to teach topics in the morning for planners, sometimes the topics are pretty advanced and sometimes they are simple.  Tomorrow I have to teach an intro classes on Trusts and so I thought I’d share some of the stuff I will be going over. The best way to think

Advanced Required Minimum Distribution Planning

Advanced Required Minimum Distribution Planning

I doubt the main point post will apply to many people reading this blog, but as I stated this blog was also started to highlight some of my research and planning experience. This idea may seem foreign to many, but I’d love to discuss it with anyone and everyone.  This post is for those that

Planning for Children with Special Needs Part III – The Third Party Special Needs Trust

Disclaimer: You should always check with your financial or legal professional before estate or financial planning especially when dealing with as sensitive and advanced subject such as Children with Special Needs. This is the Third Part of a multi-post series on planning for children with special needs. Part I – Introduction Part II – Letter

Planning for Children with Special Needs – Part II Letter of Intent

Disclaimer: You should always check with your financial or legal professional before estate or financial planning especially when dealing with as sensitive and advanced subject such as Children with Special Needs. This is the Second Part of a multi-post series on planning for children with special needs. Part 1 – Introduction Step One Create a