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Blog Posts in January, 2016

I have several animals in my care, can I plan for the care of my pets when I pass away?

You certainly can! You can plan for the care of any animal you own – from cats to parrots and even horses. You may do so by including provisions in your Estate Planning documents setting aside ...
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If my state fully protects IRAs, can I invest more than the allowed annual amount into my IRA to protect the surplus cash?

That can sometimes be a smart way to lawsuit-proof your extra cash – assuming your retirement plan is fully creditor protected. There are limits as to how much you can put into your retirement ...
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Can I use a trust to ensure that my spouse and children receive my retirement account free from creditor claims?

Yes, but you must use a 'retirement account trust' or an irrevocable trust with specific beneficiaries. A qualified plan funds are protected within your lifetime. Thereafter the trust shelters ...
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Are deferred compensation plans creditor proof?

Yes. And you can defer a significant portion of your compensation under a non-qualified retirement or deferred compensation plan. Deferred compensation plans are safe from your own creditors, but not ...
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