Many people come to us curious (or confused) about trusts and taxes. So, today’s article is going to sort it out and clarify things for you.

There are two types of trusts, and each have different tax consequences.

Revocable trusts, which are the far more commonly used trusts, have no tax consequences whatsoever. A revocable trust has your social security number as it’s tax identifier, and is not a separate entity from you for tax purposes. It is a separate entity from you for purposes of probate, meaning if you become incapacitated or die your Trustee can take over without a...

Learning to Flourish, Even in a Financial Crisis

 

Maybe you, like many of us, have been raised to think that the safest way to live in the working world is to have a good career and a steady paycheck. This financial crisis is challenging that framework for many people. Even if you had a steady job, and even if you still have one, by now you’ve learned how easy it is for that security to disappear overnight.

 

A recession can reveal all of our negative thoughts and internal monologues about money. A sad, yet common, attitude is for us...

The Basics of Disability Insurance

With the risks still posed by COVID-19, as well as other diseases, we all need to face the possibility that we could get sick, even if we take great care of ourselves through good nutrition, sleep, and exercise. And even if you don’t need to be hospitalized, if you do experience symptoms and test positive, you might have to stay quarantined for enough time that you’d lose income. These risks highlight the need for everyone, regardless of their age or current state of health, to have some form of disability insurance coverage.

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