Guide to Estate Planning for Small Business

On October 16, 2018

Guide to Estate Planning for Small Business Every small business owner knows how much of themselves they have to pour into their venture to achieve success.  In many cases, the business’s success rests entirely on the back of its owner.  If you’re the owner, you probably feel like you’ve poured your blood, sweat, and tears into your venture to make it prosper. This is, of course, natural in the beginning stages of a new venture, but once your small business…
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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Estate Planning

On August 10, 2018

Planning your estate is an important undertaking, which is why you want to avoid making mistakes so as to prevent future hardships for your family after you are gone. Normally, we’d save this bit of advice for the end of the blog, but it’s too important to put it at the end. Do yourself a favor and hire a Centennial estate planning attorney to help you with your will and estate planning needs to avoid the below mentioned mistakes that…
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Planning for Your Baby’s Future in Estate Planning

On June 12, 2018

In all the chaos of buying new clothes, constantly changing diapers, and, of course, seemingly sleepless nights for months on end, as a new parent the last thing on your radar is probably creating a will or planning your estate. But, if you don’t already have an estate plan, then that’s exactly the time to do it. Because, think of the ramifications should you or your spouse (or both of you) encounter an unthinkable accident that takes one of your…
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How to Factor in Life Insurance into Estate Planning

On April 25, 2018

A very important tool to utilize in estate planning is life insurance. Your benefactors can use it to manage some of the taxes due on your estate, pay creditors off, or just take advantage of the income in the event your income is no longer accessible. In this discussion we’ll look at a few different ways life insurance can be utilized and some errors that some people make on their own when planning their estates. Paying Off Estate Tax One…
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