The start of a New Year is an excellent time to consider whether your estate plan could use a check-up. A properly executed plan can protect you and your family in the event of sickness, accidents or untimely death. With just a little advanced planning, you can give yourself some piece of mind and help your family avoid administrative or financial hardship.
You estate plan should be reviewed on a regular basis. There have been major estate and income tax law revisions in the past few years. Depending on your specific personal situation, an out-of-date estate plan might be missing valuable planning opportunities and could cost your family down the line in the form of unnecessary taxes and administration costs.
Here is a checklist that can assist you to determine if your estate plan could use a check-up:
Author: John Polgrean
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