If you are single, you may not think you need to plan your estate, but single people are in as much need of a plan as anyone else. Estate planning…

While everyone should have a durable power of attorney that appoints someone to act for them if they become incapacitated, in some circumstances it is not enough. In these cases,…

The amount you can gift to any one person without filing an annual gift tax form is increasing to $16,000 in 2022, the first increase since 2018. The federal estate…

The federal government says it encourages people receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) payments to find jobs—but sometimes ends up discouraging them from working at all, a study has found….

Too many trains are leaving the station without people with disabilities aboard. Nationwide, 28 percent of the country’s rail transit stations are not accessible, and the problem is even more…

People facing a reduction, suspension, or other change to their Supplemental Security Income (SSI) now have more time to file an appeal, in a concession by the Social Security Administration…

If you have a child with disabilities, it is crucial to set money aside for the child’s future. At the same time, you need to consider your child’s access to public…

Pets are often regarded as a part of the family and increasingly their needs are accounted for in planning decisions. There is health insurance for pets, and most states allow for…

With the fate of the estate tax exemption uncertain, you may want to use the current large exemption to transfer assets to a trust to benefit your spouse. A spousal…

Is your family of the “Leave It to Beaver” variety — opposite-gender parents, the first marriage for each, one or more kids, all healthy and thriving? If so, your estate…

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