This is obviously an important topic, so I want to give it the attention it deserves. I have seen many wills in my career. Some were very short, but covered all the necessary information, while others were very long but were lacking key details. In either case, administering the estates that were the subject of those wills would have been much more complicated if the original of the will had been lost. Yes, I’ve dealt with my share of those situations too.
For more information on this vital subject, please read my Estate Planning Law Report for April, 2020. It’s posted in the news & events section of deconcinimcdonald.com.
TAX LAW SPECIAL REPORT: Why not expand the opportunities for tax-advantaged savings?
Americans are constantly being told that they don’t save enough. So why not create more widely usable, and less complicated, opportunities for savings that will produce income without being subject to income tax? I discussed the possibilities in my Tax Law Special Report for March, 2020. The report is posted for your examination at my firm’s web site, deconcinimcdonald.com.
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