Learn about building wealth as well as retirement and estate planning.
Many types of trusts are used in estate planning. Common trust aspects include revocable vs. irrevocable, and, living vs. testamentary.
Business owners should be familiar with trusts, which are commonly used in estate planning. Trusts provide a great amount of flexibility and are extremely useful in planning to provide for loved ones.
Planning should be done not only for tax reasons, but also for non-tax reasons. A failure to plan can make a stressful situation even worse for loved ones and family. Getting acquainted with some commonly used documents in estate tax planning can help facilitate discussions with advisers about available options.
"I'd Gladly Pay You $105,000 for that Hamburger Today." Learn about the difficulties and the realities of retirement saving for small business owners and the importance of getting started in one of the many tax-favored savings plan currently available, such as IRAs.
If you die without a will (called "dying intestate"), the appropriate state will apply its probate laws to determine how your property will be split up. Create a will and estate plan that ensure your assets to go the right people or organizations, and with the most tax advantages.
The way in which you own property determines your rights in the property and your rights to dispose of that property. Learn the keys to passing property to heirs and other secrets of property ownership.
A number of solutions can help you rebuild your credit if you are unable to pay your bills. Learn the pros and cons of many debt-reduction methods, including bankruptcy.
A good credit rating is essential for your financial well-being. In order to develop one, you'll need to learn how to monitor your credit, correct discrepancies and spend wisely.
Credit comes with risk and rewards, just like any financial decision for your business. By understanding the costs of credit, the dangers, the methods to get the best rates and the tips for lowering your credit costs, you can use this important business and personal tool to your advantage.
Consumer credit can be a small business owner's best friend. Or it can reek havoc on your personal finances. Learn how to use, and when to avoid, consumer credit options.
The function of any type of insurance coverage is to insulate you from some or all of the economic impact of a loss. Health, disability and long-term care insurance can enable you and your business to remain financially solvent during personal and familial hardships.
Life insurance offers important financial planning advantages if it is properly fitted to your needs and offered at a competitive price. Discover the best type and time to buy this invaluable piece of the financial planning puzzle.
If you own a small business, you have a wide variety of retirement plans you can use to save for the future. From traditional employer-provided pension plan, through simplified qualfied plans such as SIMPLE plans all the way through Roth IRAs, explore the options that will help you meet your retirement-funding needs.
While the talk of Social Security's future and solvency is always up for debate, you'll want to familiarize yourself with the program, your retirement benefits and how it will affect your golden years.
In order to reach your financial goals, you'll want to diversify your investment beyond your investment in your business. Learn how to implement a sound investment strategy that considers the amount of risk you're willing to take.
Many business owners fail to compensate themselves for their hard work. Learn what constitutes compensation and which tax-advantaged strategies make sense for your scenario.
Few things come to fruition without careful planning and the tenacity to stick to that plan. Learn the ins and outs of goal-setting and -implementing to build your wealth.
Take charge of your finances by developing and implementing a personal budget that tracks both income and expenses on a regular basis.
Manage your cash flow with ADP's payroll service. Includes direct deposit, tax filing, and general ledger interface.