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Don’t Forget these Important Planning Documents

Mark A. Oller, CTFA |
Wealth Planning

Keep control of your own destiny and make things a little easier on those closest to you.Just as important as wills and trusts are your durable power of attorney, medical power of attorney, and living will.These documents should be updated as your life evolves and family circumstances change.Remember these documents are very specific to each state, so it’s  important to consult with an attorney well versed in the laws of your state.

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Considerations When Serving as a Nonprofit Board Member

Wealth Planning

Before you commit, familiarize yourself with the risks and rewards of serving as a board member or director.Potential board members and directors should perform thorough due diligence on an organization, in the same manner you would before accepting a position with a for-profit firm.Don’t hesitate to query the organization’s financial circumstances, leadership, mission, and future plans.

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Whom Should I Choose as my Trustee?

Wealth Planning

When selecting a trustee, be sure you understand all of the duties required before you name someone who may not be ready to take on the task.It’s not just about honesty and integrity, but also about understanding complex tax, administrative, and regulatory issues.Friends and relatives may not have the time, resources, and knowledge to effectively carry out your wishes.Corporate trustees offer stability, experience, and the skills required to manage your trust.

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