As a business owner, you are busy – busy running your business, running your household, running your children around. Most business owners are focused on short term gains and goals. The focus is mostly about what can be done in the next 24 hours to level up the business – but what are you doing […]
Category: Tax Planning
As a resident of Florida, you can take advantage of many benefits not offered in other states, such as no personal income tax. no intangible tax on stocks, bonds, or other intangible personal property. Florida has no estate or gift tax.
A Last Will and Testament is the document that is used to specify what will happen to your property after you die. A will is valuable to reduce confusion, stress, and conflict among surviving family members to whom property may be gifted or given upon your passing. Ideally it should clearly states your wishes for […]
In the case of a second marriage, the parent of adult children usually want their children to maintain a relationship with the new spouse. Perhaps the second marriage began when the children were still minors or it may be after they have grown. The biggest misconception of a parent is to prepare estate planning documents […]
Many have heard of the term “probate” as a court process required after someone dies. Probate may be necessary to identify and gather the assets of a decedent, pay the decedent’s debts, and distribute the decedent’s assets to the beneficiaries or heirs. However, it is not always required. If the property you own is held […]