Estate Planning

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Hedge Fund Billionaire Paulson Cost Family Trust $10 Million With Condo Deal, Wife Says

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Jenica Paulson is alleging in divorce proceedings that her husband is hiding assets, which he denies.

Preparing Clients For The Risk Of Cognitive Decline

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Advisors are often in the position of having to bring up this sensitive topic with clients.

What Clients Should Do As Clock Runs Out On Estate Planning

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Advisors have two years to plan for the sunset of certain provisions of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

Ed Slott Spotlights 6 Big IRA Tax Changes For 2023

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While Congress hasn't changed tax laws this year, the IRS has been busy issuing rulings, Slott said.

Minorities Less Likely To Have An Estate Plan, Boston College Study Says

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The estate planning gap is a significant contributor to wealth disparity, researchers said.

Engaging In The Legacy Dialogue

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Estate planning is about more than tax planning.

Sponsored Content: Lisa Kirchenbauer--Success Through Serving An Overlooked Need

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Wealth manager Lisa Kirchenbauer focuses largely on handling the financial affairs of a recently deceased loved one.

How To Avoid 'Heir Wars' When Estates Are Divided

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Encouraging open communication among family members is key, says this advisor.

Navigating Charitable Bequests: Risks And Rewards For Early Planning

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It is crucial to assist philanthropic clients in determining suitable assets for charitable giving.

For Family Wealth Conversations, Focus On The Why

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There are several ways to help clients who are struggling with how to include their children in the planning process.

Younger Generations Unprepared For Wealth Transfer, NY Life Says

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A company survey found inheritors are anxious about the money they're about to get.

Retirees Torn Over When To Surrender Control Of Assets, Vanguard Finds

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With many retirees dealing with cognitive decline, the issue is rising in importance, according to a company study.

CAPTRUST Acquires Texas Firm With $710M In Assets

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Omega Wealth Partners adds to Raleigh, N.C.-based CAPTRUST's growing presence in Texas.

Keeping The Peace--Planning For Cherished Or Valuable Personal Possessions

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Here are some important considerations to help clients avoid or at least minimize conflict over personal property.

Finra Suspends Wells Fargo Broker For Naming Friend As Client's Beneficiary

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Mark Allen Brewer took the action after Wells Fargo denied a request for his designation as beneficiary, Finra said.

Florida Firm With $1.24B Joins Commonwealth Independent Network

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Aegis Consulting is led by two advisors who spent the bulk of their careers at Lincoln Financial Advisors.

Swapping Assets Can Be Tax-Friendly Move For Some Trusts

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IRS rules allow grantors to swap trust assets to attain better tax treatment.

Accounting For Taxes In Special Needs Planning

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ABLE accounts provide the flexibility to access funds as needed, advisors say.

How To Prepare Clients Now For Looming Estate Tax Changes

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Financial advisors must prepare for any tax law changes or possibilities that could impact their clients' financial legacy.

Ric Edelman: Tech Could Wreck Annuity, Insurance Income

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Edelman said there are two demographic forces straining the wealth management industry: fewer advisors and more clients.

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