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5 Things to Consider Before Becoming an Estate Executor
Taking on the role of estate executor may be more work than you might think. Here are some things to consider before agreeing to become one.
Estate Planning for Canadians
To ensure that your assets are distributed correctly, you will need a last will and testament and may also want to consider a living will, a power of attorney, and a trust.
How to Write a Simple Will
Follow these guidelines carefully to produce a legal document that your heirs can use. And make sure you have witnesses and a notary, if your state requires one.
Emergency-Proof Your Finances
Now is a good time to emergency-proof your finances. It's helpful to have a plan, whether it's for a personal emergency, a hurricane, or a a global economic crisis.
Reverse Mortgages and Irrevocable Trusts
Reverse mortgages and irrevocable trusts have advantages and disadvantages. Here is what you need to know about their impact on your estate planning.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Your Retirement Years
What your children need to know about your finances and other important matters.
5 Steps to Open a Roth IRA
A Roth IRA is a retirement plan that comes with many benefits. Learn how to open a Roth IRA in a few steps.
5 Surprising Hazards of Being an Executor
Before you agree to act as an executor, understand some of the potential hazards and how to most effectively navigate them.