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GRATs, Sales to Grantor Trusts, or Private Annuities: Which One is Best?

This article will compare three popular wealth transfer techniques that all produce potential estate tax savings by removing future appreciation from the transferor's estate, but without generating significant taxable gifts.

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What Is My Trust Set Point?

Trust is something we would all like to have. If you want more trust and more trusting relationships, there is one simple change that you must make in your thinking in order for this to happen.

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How To Use A Trust Deed Scotland

First of all, if you have property in Scotland, or are planning on having property in Scotland, then you may want to familiarize yourself with a trust deed Scotland as this is one way that you can convey title. If the property is in trust, then it has to get out of trust and can do so when you use a Scottish trust deed. If you want to put property into trust, for whatever reason, you can also use this instrument in which to do so.

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Living Trusts and Estate Planning

Briefly describes how living trusts protect assets for your loved ones.

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Types of Trust for Life Insurance Policies

Most life insurance companies in the UK offer a free services for placing your life cover into trust. This article explains the different types of trust available for your life insurance and why you should seriously consider placing your policy in trust.

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Guide to Benefits of Living Trust Vs Will in Estate Planning

If you are debating between a living trust vs will, don’t worry, you’re not the only person. Both of these are very popular estate planning documents that serve a very similar purpose – to transfer your assets to your loved ones after you die.

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Seven Ways to Build Trust as a Leader

Trust effects every aspect of leadership. Higher levels of trust within your team generally mean changes are adopted more easily, higher levels of productivity and greater team morale. These seven "gets" will help you develop more trusting relationships - on the job and off.

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Trust at a Distance – And How to Build It

Trust is determined at a distance – through observation, experience and assumptions. If you want to create more trust in your organization and those around you, consider these distance factors and how you can influence them.

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Pasadena Trust Attorney – Best For Drafting Your Trust And Will

Whether you want to draft or amend a trust or will or avoid probate, a Pasadena trust attorney will always be beside you to manage with the legal complications and make the documentation process fast and smooth.

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Estate Planning - Rules and Trustees

Reviews problems associated with forming a trust such as deciding the powers which the trustee(s) have and do not have relative to the assets placed into a trust.

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Spousal Lifetime Access Trusts

Learn how a spousal lifetime access trust (“SLAT”), a specially-designed irrevocable life insurance trust, allows the grantor-insured “indirect” access to the policy’s cash value.

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Telling the Truth and Building Trust

‘A Saskatchewan Case Study in the Making’ Saskatchewan is a tough little prairie province with a population of about one person a square mile. Folks like their coffee hot and their beer cold. It’s a good place to learn the importance of telling the truth and building trust.

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What is a trust?

A trust is a way of putting something valuable (an asset) aside to benefit others - in this case, the value of your life insurance policy.

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Why Is Assisted Living For Elderly Better Than Living At Home?

We hear it all the time; people are living longer, the system is not equipped to handle the increasing number of older Americans, and health care costs so much. One thing that can be done to safeguard your future and your finances is to take out a long term care insurance policy.

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Tips on Dating and Online Dating

Dating is a complex business that requires perspicacity and caution.

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