THE POST I AM LINKING TO MAKES NO SENSE AT ALL (TO ME), BUT IT IS THE FIRST BLOG POST I HAVE EVER SEEN ABOUT YAHTZEE
I have always loved Yahtzee. We still have it in our house. So when I came across this post about Yahtzee on Lowering the Bar, I had to link to it, even though the post makes no sense at all to me.
Whenever I think of Yahtzee, I am reminded of my cousin Chuck’s chant (when playing Yahtzee, on the second roll of the dice):
“Yahtzee, baby, Yahtzee”
I think I first witnessed that when I was eight or nine years old, and I have never forgotten it.
IF A WAY TO AVOID TAX HAS BEEN “BLESSED” BY THE COURTS OR THE IRS, THEN WHO, EXACTLY, IS BEING “TRICKED?”
Will My Trust Shield My Assets From The Claims Of My Creditors? THE TIMELY TOPIC OF MY SEPTEMBER ESTATE PLANNING LAW REPORT
My September newsletter was mailed last week and is now posted at deconcinimcdonald.com. It’s about a question that comes up regularly: will a trust shield your assets from future liabilities?
In the newsletter I also discuss the perennial topic of what assets are exempt from the claims of your creditors under Arizona law. I said under Arizona law because the rules are different in other states.
On a related topic, here is a link to a newsletter I wrote a while back about Arizona law on how one particular type of property, your homestead, may be exempt from claims of creditors. I have heard that there’s no limit to the homestead exemption in some states, but that’s not the case in Arizona.
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