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  • Building Flexibility into your Wealth Transfer Plan Developing a strategy to accomplish your wealth transfer goals is a unique experience. Other forms of financial planning generally involve a known time frame to reach your goals. When you plan for your retirement, you probably have a date in mind.
  • Planning for Incapacity Long-term physical and mental incapacity can have far-reaching implications on the plans you have for supporting the people and causes that are important to you and achieving your financial, estate and business goals. Should you no longer be able to make or articulate decisions yourself, documenting your intentions and implementing wealth strategies ahead of time may help allow for your wishes to be fulfilled.
  • Planning Your Charitable Gifts During A Crisis Event During moments of crisis, be that a global pandemic, a natural disaster, or economic downturn, many individuals and families step up to provide support for those who are negatively impacted. They use their time, effort, talents and financial resources to help out those in their community, their country, and even those from foreign lands.
  • Impact of Low Rates and Market Volatility on Annuities Today, about 50 Million Americans are retired – left the workforce to rely on their assets, social security, and pensions to maintain a comfortable lifestyle in retirement. 2020 is proving to be a year to test that word comfortable.
  • What Your Trust Can Truly Do Trusts are commonly used as an effective means of managing, protecting and transferring a family’s financial wealth. But like so many things in life, you only get out of it what you put into it. Trusts should not be parked in your estate planning garage and forgotten about.