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How to Correctly Name Beneficiaries for Your IRAs

Published on March 13, 2015

You could be unintentionally reducing your family’s wealth potential if you do not properly designate the beneficiaries of your IRAs.  Improper estate planning could mean that your IRA assets could pass to the wrong people or entities, so how you execute your beneficiary designations is critically important. Here are some of the steps that need to be taken to properly…

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We All Have IP These Days

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Remember the days when IP—Intellectual Property—was the exclusive domain of patent attorneys, computer science majors, successful authors, and professional photographers and artists? Well, times have changed, because whether you know it or not, you’re very likely a player in the IP space…today’s world of ones and zeros (i.e. binary code, if you’re not up on the lingo). This IS Relevant…

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What a Will Won’t Do

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There are a number of essential things a last will and testament can do for you, such as distribute family heirlooms and name a guardian for minor children, but there are some equally important things a will won’t do: Diminish estate taxes – a will won’t help you decrease your estate taxes, but a trusted attorney can help advise you…

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How to Talk to A Loved One About EP

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The Fiscal Cliff Tax Deal- For Most of Us, It’s a Wash

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How to Pass On Family Heirlooms Without Causing a Family Feud

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Holidays a Perfect Opportunity to Check Up on Aging Parents

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