One of the last things a young couple is thinking about when starting a family is planning for their loved ones in the event of a tragedy. Since planning for one’s disability or death is not a topic many people are comfortable discussing, they tend to put off their estate planning. Many times this results in individuals never implementing a proper estate plan. Families with young children must consider who will act as a guardian for their minor children in the event both parents unexpectedly pass away. This can be a very difficult decision for parents, as it is impossible to imagine an
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The IRS has announced the retirement plan contribution limits for 2018. Highlighted below are some of those limits. For more detailed guidance, please see IRS Notice 2017-64.
When discussing estate planning, especially in the context of planning for one’s retirement, it is important to address health-related issues.