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Strategizing Life Insurance & Estate Planning
￭ Calculate the amount of money your survivors need to receive quickly after you pass away. Consider purchasing life insurance. If you don’t want to pay ongoing premiums, consider single- premium whole life insurance.
￭ Update all of your beneficiary designations. Beneficiary designations trump the will and go straight to the beneficiary.
￭ You need at least four legal documents prepared by an attorney knowledgeable about elder law: a will, a health-care power of attorney, a financial power of attorney, and a HIPAA release.
￭ Federal estate taxes are no longer relevant for estates under $5.43 million, or $10.86 million for couples. The step up in basis at death for capital gains taxes is the more relevant issue for middle-class taxpayers.
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