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Idaho Estate Planning - Must Have Planning Documents for Parents of Millenials

Millennials are not discussing end-of-life care with their parents. Nevertheless, to save your loved ones avoidable pain and legal wrangling at your death or if you become incapacitated, you should begin your estate planning today and that includes a conversation with your millennial...

Idaho Estate Planning - Don't Ambush Your Kids With Your Estate Plan

Money and death top the list of conversational taboos — especially among family — so a conversation about them might seem toxic. But it must be done. Baby boomers who haven't told their heirs about their estate plans shouldn't wait for the perfect moment, experts say in a MarketWatch...

Idaho Estate Planning - Don't Forget About Your Beneficiary Designations

When people think about estate planning, many don't remember the importance of updating beneficiary information on financial products, such as 401(k)s and life insurance policies.USA Today says that it's not just because many of us have the majority of our assets tied up in products like these....

Idaho Estate Planning - Given the Choice, Don't Die Rich!

The Wilmington Business Journal says that estate planning should be a serious exercise, together with financial planning. Both are ongoing events, no matter your age or status.In its article "Do You Really Want To Leave a Large Inheritance?", the Journal advises seniors that having enough...

Idaho Estate Planning - New Parents Need Estate Planning to Protect Their New Baby

If you're having a baby but aren't yet married, "Having a baby, but not married? Some financial advice," from New Jersey 101.5 says that a soon-to-be father will need certain documents to make sure the mom will get his assets in the event something unfortunate occurs. In addition, what will need...
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