Living Trust - Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Estate Planning - Coach Uses Living Trust to Benefit Former Players

The fact that late North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith left $200 each to about 180 players he'd coached over the years is all over the press. The small payouts come not from Smith's will but from his revocable living trust—an estate planning tool that also merits attention (if not...

Idaho Estate Planning - Reasons for Asset Protection

Provide Assets and Income for a Surviving SpouseThough tragic, when a spouse of a couple dies, income is usually reduced through loss of Social Security income or reduction of retirement pension.  This can be especially hard for the surviving spouse having to learn to live on less and prepare...

Idaho Estate Planning - First Step, Put Together a Will

Chances are you've spent plenty of your free time thinking about the money you’ll have available at retirement. But what have you done to plan out your estate? The sad truth is that most of us — some 70% of adult Americans — have neglected to write a will. Some think their assets are just...

Idaho Estate Planning - Should Inheritance be Based on Need or Equality?

You have a sizable estate, and you have children who will someday inherit the assets of your estate. You are preparing the necessary documents to state your wishes for how your estate is divided. But what exactly do you want to happen with it? In the book “The Charles Schwab Guide to Finances...

Idaho Estate Planning - Securing Your Children's Future

As a parent, you're always thinking about what's best for your children. But have you thought about what might happen if you're no longer around? It's not a pleasant subject, but it is important. Planning for your children's future is even more important if you're not around to help.A recent...
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