Should I Put My Firearms in a “Gun Trust”?

Make a mistake when inheriting an IRA and you might face tax consequences. Make a mistake when inheriting a gun collection, and there’s a chance you could face felony charges. Therefore, anyone who owns a gun, may want to consider adding a gun trust to their estate plan.

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In Estate Planning Does Anyone Really Need a Trust?

The simplest definition of a trust is a three-party fiduciary relationship between the person who created the trust and the fiduciary for the benefit of a third party. The person who created the trust is known as the “Settlor” or “Trustor.” The fiduciary, known as the “Trustee,” is the person or organization with the authority…

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Should I Use an Online Will Service?

Whether you are young or old, rich or poor, everyone can benefit from having a last will and testament. With a will in place, you’ll reduce the risk of family disputes later, as well as potentially high legal fees and tax consequences.

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Am I Too Young to Start Thinking About Estate Planning?

After taking inventory of your possessions, including your home, vehicle, stocks, life insurance policies, etc., there are many steps you will need to take to protect these assets — and yourself. There are many steps and documents that advisors will suggest you put into place immediately for your protection.

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