We can be rather sloppy when opening bank accounts. We may know that someone else is “on” an account with us but we are not entirely clear what that means. Your bank account signature card is important. Knowing who is on your signature card can make a real difference.
Somewhere around the day we decide to retire, we may think that we have a lot of money – a lifetime of earnings, a gold-plated nest egg. The light refracting from that shiny nest egg can blind us. Be cautious with your spending in retirement.
Roughly one-fourth of the unclaimed property in the United States is right here in Texas. Do you have property waiting to be found? Why leave it for your heirs to find. Use these resources to search for it now.
Often the biggest disputes arise out of what seems to be the smallest of things – like who gets grandma’s yellow pie plate. Don’t let the last memory they have of you be that you left it to the “wrong” person. Plan ahead. These 6 tips for dividing family heirlooms fairly will get you started.
These important tips will help you set up a list of your important digital account info for simple and secure information sharing with your family members and trusted friends in case of your death. Your family and trusted friends will thank you.
Moving into a nursing home is hard on many levels. Are you concerned about how you can save the family home? You can leave your home to your children free of Medicaid Estate Recovery and still have control of it while you are alive. Read more for steps you can take to plan for your future.