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How to be smart in naming beneficiaries of your 401(k)?
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How to be smart in naming beneficiaries of your 401(k)?

While we plan our estate, we think planning for our belongings and properties, however, there are some accounts whose distribution is decided according to the beneficiary designated in their documents and are not overpowered by a will. Yes, we are talking about accounts like transfer on death, saving accounts, insurance policies, retirement accounts, etc. In this article, we will be discussing the funds held in the 401(k) plan and naming their beneficiaries. Estate Planning- A 401(k) plan is a defined contribution retirement saving account offered to the employees by the employers in which the employees can contribute a portion of their salary on a tax deferred basis. Employer can also match the employee’s contribution in the plan up to a

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Why Estate Planning is Important for Everyone?
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Why Estate Planning is Important for Everyone?

Having an estate is a very common thing among every individual, however, many believe that it is for the rich and wealthy, which is in fact totally wrong. Everyone, irrespective of their financial status or family dynamics, can get the benefits of estate planning if it is carefully planned. Eventually, the complexity of your estate planning will completely depend on the size and the type of your estate.  A well-organized estate planning will not only help you to transfer your possessions or assets to your children and family members but it will also help your inheritors from overpaying taxes. It will not only protect you and your assets after you are dead but also throughout your lifetime. With estate plan,

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Traffic Lawyer Upper West Side

Traffic Lawyer Upper West Side It seems like with camera enforcement zones, radar guns and hundreds of different traffic laws on the books it is impossible to drive in Manhattan or NYC without getting a ticket once in a while. While this may be true, it does not mean you have to just accept the ticket and move on. When you hire a traffic lawyer Upper West Side to fight your tickets you may be able to have them thrown out completely. Having an attorney fighting for you is important for any legal matter you’re facing, including a simple traffic ticket. Most people understand that if they are arrested for a DUI or other major traffic violation that they need

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Is Estate Planning Only For the Wealthy?

Most people after hearing the term estate planning think that it is just for the wealthy. People with a huge amount of money are the ones that care about what they pass on to others, don’t you think? While the billionaires and millionaires do have a knack for estate planning, they are not the only one that can benefit for a good estate plan. Yes, you non-billionaire can benefit from planning; you don’t have to be super-rich and successful in order to distribute the possessions that you have. In fact, estate planning has very little to do with being rich. Planning Your Estate When you are going through the process of estate planning, it would mean that you get to

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Is Estate Planning is dead? Why or Why Not?
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Is Estate Planning is dead? Why or Why Not?

Apart from planning the fate of your assets after your demise, estate planning was also oriented towards saving your assets from the federal and state estate taxes. However, courtesy to the new estate-tax exemption, one can be exempted up to $5.1 million and the federal exemption is $11.2 million as on January 1, 2020, which means that a very small percentage of less than 1% of the US families will have to pay tax for their estate. Hence, only the estate planning for ultra-wealthy families focuses on tax reduction, for the rest, it is about much more. Thus, we can say that estate planning is dead as it is not anymore about planning for death and it is also about

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