Statistics show that an individual is much more likely to become disabled in their earning years rather than suffer death; however, many professionals are still surprised to learn that disability insurance is more important than life insurance. For more information on disability insurance for professionals, types of policies, and to learn which policy may prove to work best for your needs, read this Insurance Know-How.
The decisions a company faces after one or more of its owners pass away are hard, especially when several parties are involved. One way to preempt confusion regarding the shares of a company left behind by the deceased party is to consider a buy-sell agreement. For more information about buy-sell agreements and the two types that are available, read this Insurance Know-How.
New Year’s Resolutions not only give you goals to aim for throughout the year, but they can also save you money in the process. By spending more time with family and friends, living a healthier life and helping others, your chances of living a more enjoyable life are increased. For more information about some of the most common New Year’s Resolutions and a little financial insight regarding them, read this C.P.A Insight.
When dealing with the validity of a Last Will and Testament, cases such as these go to the Probate Court. Assets involved can be divided into probate and non-probate assets. For more information on the probate process and to determine which type of property you may be dealing with, read this Financial Strategy.