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What is the difference between moveable and immoveable property?

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In this article we discuss the legal difference between moveable property and immoveable property. Since both are treated differently for the purpose of property cases and estate planning such as wills, it is important to be clear about the difference between them. 142 altre parole

Wills And Probate

Insurance - It's Real Purpose

Some people own insurance for what it purports to do – replace things lost or at least replace their value.

Some people own insurance for what it is. 431 altre parole

Don Shaughnessy

House Ways & Means Committee Passes Tax Bill With Potentially Significant Effects on Estate Planning

Written by Allan B. Cutrow and Jeffrey K. Eisen

On September 15, 2021, the House Ways and Means Committee passed a tax bill designed to raise revenue for President Biden’s “Build Back Better” plan. 996 altre parole

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Tiny Estate Planning Mistakes Are Still Costly

All About Estates often has useful ideas about estates, their planning, and their administration. They are usually short and easy to read.

This one deals with a very common situation that seldom, but not never, causes problems. 749 altre parole

Don Shaughnessy

How To Build An "In Case of Death Binder"

Death isn’t a topic most people want to spend their free time thinking about. However, planning can help you do everything you can to ensure your loved ones are not left scrambling after you pass away. 714 altre parole

Early Retirement

Benefit of being mortal

Today I received a disheartening news of passing away of a family member.

A sad news indeed to lose a living body that always smiles and encouraging. 536 altre parole

Financial Planning

What is a Power of Attorney and How Do I Know If I Need One?

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The point of the POA

A power of attorney (POA) is a legal instrument that delegates an individual’s legal authority to another person. 545 altre parole

Estate Planning