If you’re like many Americans, a good portion of your assets are in retirement accounts. If you’ve been putting money away regularly, you likely have one or more individual retirement accounts (IRAs) with pretty healthy balances. You should already have beneficiaries...
Caring For You In The Long Term
Month: September 2022
4 estate planning mistakes
Having your estate plan worked out now can go a long way toward protecting your future and your family. While you may believe you have a full-proof estate plan, there may be issues you don’t realize. Here are some of the common errors your need to avoid: 1. Writing...
Why a financial power of attorney is helpful
When you're picking a power of attorney, you may start by thinking about the medical side of things. You want to choose an agent to make your medical decisions for you. You know that you could become incapacitated at a later date, and it's important to know that...