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How the millennials’ investment portfolio is changing the face of the estate planning industry

Anand Srinivasan •
equities.com

The estate planning market was originally conceived to handle the distribution of assets (mainly real estate) among the descendants of deceased rich people. There were two objectives to this exercise. Firstly, estate planning helped structure the distribution of wealth among the deceased’s spouse, children and other friends and relatives. The second objective was tax planning.

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Six estate planning must-haves

Glenn Curtis •
Investopedia Stock Analysis
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Many people believe that having an estate plan simply means drafting a will or a trust. However, there is much more to include in your estate planning to make certain all of your assets are transferred seamlessly to your heirs upon your death. A successful estate plan also includes provisions allowing your family members to access or

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Estate planning: a family affair

Kimberly Lankford •
Kiplinger
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If estate planning were just cold, hard numbers, it wouldn’t be one of the financial tasks that people avoid the most. Not only does creating an estate plan force you to confront your own mortality, but it also forces you to decide who gets your assets, whether all heirs should be treated equally and who

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