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An Overview of Trusts
A trust can be a beneficial part of your estate plan.
 

Do I Really Need A Corporate Executor?
Know the factors involved with naming an executor and when it is important to do so.
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Find out why choosing a professional may be your best bet.
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A conservation easement can help protect your estate from costly taxes while helping the environment.
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Communication is key when drafting your trust agreement.
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Balance the interests of your trust's income and future beneficiaries.
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Pass your wealth onto your heirs for generations without excessive taxes.
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Help make the difficulty of your passing a bit easier for loved ones to bear.
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Distribute wealth while passing on a strong work ethic.
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Educate your children about your familys financial status without revealing more than you would like.
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Three trusts that may help you reduce estate taxes.
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One alternative for passing a business on to your heirs.
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One option to reduce your taxable estate and protect assets for beneficiaries.
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Coordinate the efforts of both your investment manager and trustee.
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Maintain your long standing relationship with your investment manager while gaining a corporate trustees expertise.
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Proper IRA beneficiary designations can help reduce the tax burden for your heirs.
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An example of how the total return unitrust actually works.
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Determining what you will inherit from your parents is a critical aspect of estate planning.
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It is essential that your estate planning documents are updated in each of the states where you spend time.
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Gain insight into the popular open architecture style of investment management.
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Keep control of your own destiny with these important estate planning documents.
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Provide for your spouse and protect your assets for future generations.
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Transfer ownership of your residence to your children while minimizing gift and estate taxes.
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Find out how certain states compare when it comes to protecting your assets.
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Providing a financial resource for your spouse after your death.
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A supplemental needs trust may help provide financial assistance for a disabled child.
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Reduce portfolio risk and achieve diversification with this option for corporate insiders.
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Ensure your wishes are carried out by creating a Will.
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Defer taxes and preserve your income stream through private annuities.
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Preserve your wealth for generations through a well-managed plan.
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Transfer wealth and pass on values to future generations in a tax smart way.
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