In this section we learn how to prepare and manage all your assets for current and future stability.
These two strategies can help ensure your family benefits from your wealth long after you're gone...
Two in three Americans put their wealth at risk by not taking this important step.
If one kid gambles and the other clips coupons, should they be treated equally in your will?
Discussing your will with your heirs doesn't have to be the painful event we have come to expect.
It may seem a like a clever workaround to protect your partner's assets, but this move can end up doing much more harm than good.
We'll show you why cohabitating singles have to take a few extra steps if they want to have the same legal rights as their married counterparts.
Just because you don't have heirs doesn't mean you should put off these five important estate planning moves.
More and more successful Baby Boomers are preparing for retirement, making it more important than ever that they understand the sophisticated (and legal!) tools available to protect their estates.
If you want to increase your income, lower your taxes and create a charitable legacy, you can pull off this estate planning hat trick by setting up a Charitable Remainder Unitrust (CRUT).
Make sure your wealth doesn't vanish when you pass -- put it in a trust. Read about the benefits of a trust here, and how you can find the right one to suit your needs.