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Name a Guardian for Your Children

Parents with minor children need to name someone to raise them (a guardian) in the event both parents should pass away before the child becomes an adult (age 18). While the likelihood of that actually happening may be slim, the consequences of not naming a guardian are significant. If no [...]

Life Cycle of a Charity

Charitable and other organizations that meet the requirements of Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3) are exempt from federal income tax. Donations made by individuals and corporations to charitable and other tax exempt organizations are deductible under Internal Revenue Code section 170. Exempt charitable organizations fall into one of two classifications: [...]

Top Tips for Deducting Charitable Donations

There are two big reasons why everyone should donate to charity. First, it makes you feel good knowing that you helped others in need. Second, you can deduct your charitable contributions which may help lower your tax bill. Here are the top tips to ensure your contributions pay off on [...]

What Should I Do With My Will?

Question: What should I do with the Will I made? Should I keep it somewhere specific or tell certain people about it? Answer: Even the best and most carefully drafted Last Will and Testament won't do you any good if no one can find it. Wills are not filed or [...]

Phoenix Man Accused of Murdering Wife Gets $4.5 Million in Life Insurance Benefits

Despite accusations of murder by his stepchildren, Phoenix businessman Peter J. Mizioch was recently awarded $4.5 million in life insurance benefits. The children of the deceased, Phyllis Mizioch have accused their stepfather of murdering their mother for her life insurance money. Ms. Mizioch died at her Phoenix resident in July, [...]

5 Most Important Estate Planning Documents

Important Estate Planning Documents Everyone Should Have Estate planning can be complicated. Regardless of the size of your estate, you should consider adopting these five important estate planning documents: 1. Last Will and Testament Your Last Will and Testament is a critical document to every estate plan. Why? In most [...]

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