Four Easy to Avoid Mistakes People Make at Tax Time

It’s that time of year again: tax season. No one enjoys doing their taxes, and that is likely why many of us leave this tedious task to the last…possible…moment. As Tax Day approaches, millions of Americans are likely scrambling to track down
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5 Estate Planning Tips for Business Owners in Non-Traditional Families

Non-traditional families have a unique set of challenges when it comes to estate planning. Since single parents, blended families, unmarried partners, and other non-traditional families do not have many of the automatic protections that the law provides married couples, these families must
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I Have Established a Living Trust, What Now?

After a Living Trust is established as part of someone’s estate plan, the person setting up the Trust (the “Trustor”) usually serves as initial “Trustee”.  A Trustee is in charge of the administration of the Trust and the handling of the Trust
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5 FAQs about Medicaid Planning

Medicaid planning requires confrontation with uncomfortable realities. It’s scary to imagine that you might not be able to care for yourself one day. The solution to this fear is planning. By taking stock of your challenges, you can approach the next phase
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After Tax Reform, Is Estate Planning Still Necessary?

The new tax legislation raises the federal estate tax exemption to $11.2 million for individuals and $22.4 million for couples. The increase means that an exceedingly small number of estates (only about 1,800, nationally) will have to worry about federal estate taxes
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Conservation Easements. What Are They, and How Can They Help You with Your Taxes?

We live in an increasingly environmentally conscious world. Irrespective of your opinions about subjects like climate change, you’re likely high attuned to discussions over what we need to do, collectively, to preserve precious resources, clean up our messes and build towards a
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