Your Complete Guide to Leaving an Inheritance for Your Children and Others: What You Need to Know Explained Simply
While more than 50 percent of Americans feel it is important to leave an inheritance for their children and other beneficiaries, the majority have not yet made any plans for their estate. This new book will serve as an aid in your planning, providing you with indispensable information and the necessary tools.
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Problems Typically Affecting Transfers of Wealth
Preparations Needed to Meet Those Common Problems
Purposely Allowing Modifications in Your Plans
The Vision That Could Be Behind Your Inheritance
Setting Goals for Your Estate What Are the Possibilities?
Making Your Vision Last Longer Than One Generation Why Stop With Your Children?
Deciding on the Heirs and Their Benefits Why Waste Your Wealth?
Taking Inventory of Your Visions Assets
Putting the Vision to Work Through the Years
Preparing the Beneficiaries
Expanding the Assets of the Estate
Forseeing Problems that Might Hinder the Fulfillment of Your Vision
Choosing the Beneficiaries
Deciding About Complicated Relations
Making the List
Adjusting the List
Tuning the List
Keeping the List Current
Protecting Your List
Choosing the Right Tools to Carry Out Your Vision Successfully
An Overview of Trusts
The Qualified Interminable Interest Property QTIP
Preventing Unintended Divisions
Appointing a Trustee
Selecting a Guardian
Helping the Financially Irresponsible
Protecting Against Intruders
Selecting the Executor
Avoiding Mistakes That Can Destroy Your Vision
The Uncertain Future of Estate Planning