Guide to Estate Planning for Millennials

You may be thinking that because you are not married, do not have children, do not earn $100,000, and do not have assets sitting in diverse vehicles across numerous financial institutions, that you do not need an estate plan. But what if you get into a car accident tomorrow and become incapacitated? Morbid, I know, but who would make your medical decisions? Will your family agree on everything? Who will pay your bills so you do not find your finances in disarray when you recover? If you died, what would happen to your most prized possessions? Your digital accounts? Your beloved pets? How would you want to be buried? What song do you want played at your memorial service? Some of the

Guide to Starting Your Own Business

Opening your own business is an exciting journey but I caution you, the path to business formation and government compliance is looted with legal questions and hurdles which may require the advise of a business law attorney. Before you start your entrepreneurial trek up the mountain of job freedom, you need to do the following: First, decide whether you will operate as a corporate entity, under a fictitious business name, or as an individual, under your own name. If you choose to operate as a corporate entity, you need to consider which type of entity is best for your business, whether it be an S-Corp, C-Corp, Non-Profit, Limited Liability Company, Partnership, or Sole Proprietorship. Keep

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