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What Happens to an HSA when Owner Dies?

Do you know what happens to your HSA after you die? Health savings accounts, called HSAs for short, function differently than most other kinds of accounts.

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Can I Use a Roth IRA in Estate Planning?

Roth IRAs and Roth IRA conversions have received a lot of press recently. Between the various tax proposals that have been floating around Congress and normal year-end tax planning strategies, Roth IRAs are a popular topic.

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How Do I Plan with a Special Needs Child?

For parents who have a child with special needs, planning for their loved one’s life after they themselves are gone can be overwhelming. Breaking the process down into manageable parts and working with specialized professionals and companies can help.

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What Taxes Have to Be Paid When Someone Dies?

Tax obligations continue on despite the passing of a loved one, and in some cases, come about because of it. Tax deadlines pose a challenge for grieving families.

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How Can I Clean Up My Estate Plan?

While estate planning can be emotionally taxing, since you must consider a time after your own passing, it is important to be proactive, both for yourself and for loved ones.

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Is It Necessary to have a Medical Power of Attorney?

Selecting medical powers of attorney is an important step that aging parents should take to ensure they get the care they wan,t if they are unable to advocate for themselves.

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How Do You Gift Your House to Your Children during Your Lifetime?

There are many ways to pass property on to children, including gifting the family home to them while you are still alive, bequeathing it to the children upon your passing, or selling the residence to your heirs.

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Do Young Adults Need Estate Planning?

Highfalutin terms like “estate planning” can put off younger adults and conjure grandiose notions of excessive wealth.

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When Should a Trust Be Reviewed?

Many people are under the impression that since they have a trust, they don’t need to do anything else. That’s not true. The trust you created years ago may not be appropriate for you now.

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How Important Is an Estate Plan?

Every individual needs some form of an estate plan to protect their wishes and loved ones. Your estate consists of everything that you own (aka your assets), and although death may seem far away, it is never too soon to get your estate plan in order.

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