Idaho Estate Planning - The Powerful Power of Attorney

Retirement means making decisions on housing, income, investments, health care and estate planning—many of which can be emotional and may require major life changes. The timing of all of these decisions and their interaction also requires careful planning.The Harvard Press says in its recent...

Idaho Estate Planning - Survivorship Life Insurance Can Be an Effective Planning Tool

The Insurance News article, "Survivorship Life Insurance Useful for Estate Planning," talks about a type of policy that really lends itself to estate planning purposes. Survivorship life insurance doesn't pay its proceeds until the last survivor dies—that is, the last spouse.This is a real...

Senior Matters Radio - A Look Into the Details & Documents of Retirement

  • 17 May 2016
  • Author: Jensie
Listen into this episode of Senior Matters Radio to take a further, more in-depth look into beneficiary designations, powers of attorney, and necessary healthcare documentation. 

Idaho Estate Planning - Military Families Need Estate Planning

Many military families—particularly young families—need financial and estate planning advice. With the risks of going into a wartime situation or the potential for a training accident, service members have a greater than average chance of disability or premature death.The Wall Street Journal...

Senior Matters Radio - Ins, Outs, & Misconceptions of Reverse Mortgage Programs

  • 13 May 2016
  • Author: Jensie
Mark Wight from Idaho Estate Planning & Kyle Buck with Affinity Mortgage are on the show to discuss some of the ins and outs of reverse mortgage as well as some common misconceptions.