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Why do some couples not want prenups?

While you know you want to marry your current partner, you may not know whether you want to bring up a prenuptial agreement. Perhaps you already had the discussion and your partner does not want a prenup. In both situations, how should you proceed? Business Insider...

Is a charitable trust right for you?

If you enjoy giving back, such as by donating to your church, your alma mater or your favorite charity, you may wish to consider establishing a charitable trust so as to make these donations in a more structured manner. FindLaw explains that you can choose to...

Why should you review your estate plan?

Having an estate plan can give you a place to document financial goals, clarify asset distribution and share your final wishes. Using the information you provide, those in charge of closing your estate can know precisely what to do. Contrary to what some have said,...

Can you revoke a premarital agreement?

If you are thinking about tying the knot, you should take many factors into consideration, especially when it comes to your finances. Couples often encounter a number of financial hurdles during the course of their marriage, and financial challenges can place strain...

What makes a state “retirement tax-friendly?”

Many people plan to retire in their home states and towns, but if you are among the more money-savvy crowd, you know that doing so may not be in your best financial interests. You know that some states are more “retirement friendly” than others when it comes to taxes....

Why you probably need an estate plan

An estate plan might sound like something reserved for high-profile figures or generationally wealthy families, but, in reality, they are something that most people need. The planning process can include writing a will, designating a power of attorney and signing a...