As you create your estate plan, you'll soon realize that you have to involve many other people. For example, if you're creating a will, you need to name an executor. And if you're creating a trust, you're required to choose a trustee.
Once you and your partner decide to get married, you'll have a lot to think about. While planning your perfect wedding is a big deal, you should turn some of your attention to the future.
Creating an estate plan serves several purposes. For many, a well-constructed plan will protect their assets and their heirs from federal estate taxes, which can take a sizeable bite out of an inheritance. However, a new report shows that taxes are not necessarily the threat for which you need to plan.
There are few things in life scarier than being part of a car accident. Even if it's a minor fender bender with one other vehicle, you'll have concerns about your health, legal rights and the financial impact on your life.