Synopses & Reviews
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Although a majority of Americans know they need a will, about 70% of them dont have one. In fact, the legalities involved are not very complicated and most people can get it done easily with this book. Estate planning is largely the same. In this revised and updated edition of Complete Idiots Guide to Wills and Estates, readers will find a complete inventory of everything to be considered in creating wills and estate planning, vital information on trusts, taxes, and eldercare planning, and much more.
All tax information revised and updated
Sections on IRAs and Roth IRAs have been revised to reflect changes in the law
Features online estate and financial planning sites
Additional coverage of post-mortem estate planning
Additional material on eldercare planning, such as living and support arrangements
In this revised and updated edition of a handy resource, readers will find a complete inventory of everything to be considered in creating wills and estate planning, vital information on trusts, taxes, and eldercare planning, and more.
About the Author
Stephen Maple is an associate professor of business law and tax at the University of Indianapolis, where he has been named university teacher of the year. An attorney, he has been a member of the Indiana bar since 1969, practicing primarily in estate planning and probate. He has written over 60 articles and book reviews, and is the author of The Complete Idiots Guide to Law for Small Business Owners.