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Gun Trusts in Boise Idaho

Do you have any firearms thatare collectible and likely expensive? Do you have any firearms that are subjectto federal regulations on ownership and use? If yes, then careful planning maybe required to avoid running afoul of tax and regulatory laws upon yourincapacity or death.Planning to give...

Never Underestimate the Protection of a Revocable Trust

Trusts are powerful devices. Infact, even “revocable” trusts can afford valuable protection. Consider the caseof Frank and Geryl Pearl, as reported in a recent Forbes article titled “Pearl -- Transfers to Revocable Trusts WereNot Fraudulent Transfers As To Creditors Of The...

Fiscal Cliff? Beware Of Estate Taxes!

Will the Bush-era tax lawsexpire after December 31, 2012? To expire or not to expire, that is thequestion. When it comes to the “default”2013 estate tax, some 12.5% of U.S. households may come under the estate taxaxe, according to new analysis by LIMRA. These numbers were picked up...

Charitable Giving – Staying Under the Radar Screen

Most charitable givers do notgive for the attention they will receive as a result. In fact, most of themeschew attention because it tends to only invite more uninvited “attention” forfurther generosity. Whatever your reason, considertaking steps to ensure your own anonymity even as you go...

Big Charitable Donors, Big Charitable Decisions

When it comes to charitablegiving, you’ve got to think big. Big projects, big goals, and big problems.What better way to think big then to think like the very biggest players in thearena of charitable giving.A recent Forbes article offers some insights into the thoughts andintentions of...
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