BeneficiariesDecide who will benefit from your estate.
Recently, 11 major life insurance companies agreed to pay $763 million to the heirs of deceased policyholders after it was discovered the companies continued billing customers for their policies even after they were dead. This agreement is the second in the last two...read more
Once you have chosen the people you want to receive any of your assets -- either from a will, a trust, a life insurance policy or a retirement or bank account -- the way you designate how they will inherit should be a key consideration. Here are five things you need...read more
Baby boomers are set to inherit up to $8.4 trillion over the next 15 years, according to The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. A recent New York Times article explored the complicated issues that these inheritances can bring, including transferring...read more
When you look around your holiday table this year, you will probably not be thinking about the beneficiary designations on your 401(k), IRAs or life insurance policies. But perhaps you should. Having the wrong beneficiary designated on these and other things like bank...read more
If you make a mistake in naming beneficiaries for your life insurance policy, the people you love will end up being hurt. Insure.com recently provided a list of the 10 life insurance beneficiary mistakes to avoid. We elaborate on how they’ll affect you and how to fix...read more
You could be unintentionally reducing your family’s wealth potential if you do not properly designate the beneficiaries of your IRAs. Improper estate planning could mean that your IRA assets could pass to the wrong people or entities, so how you execute your...read more
Families of those with disabilities - physical or mental - are typically concerned with the best way to fund the long-term financial and personal needs of their special needs loved one in a way that will secure a fulfilling life for them. The best vehicle to...read more
Life insurance products can be complicated, and because they often come with high commissions for the people selling them, it can be hard to know what to buy and who to trust when you are making that decision. The place to start is to think about whether and why you...read more
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