If you are active on social media, Facebook probably plays a prominent role in your life. And now the social media titan can even play a role in your afterlife. Today, estate planning encompasses not only your tangible assets—bank accounts and real estate—but your digital assets as well, such as cryptocurrency, websites, and social media…

With the cost of long-term care (LTC) skyrocketing, you may be concerned about your (or your elderly parents’) ability to pay for lengthy stays in assisted living and/or a nursing home. Such care can be massively expensive, with the potential to overwhelm even the most well-off. Because neither traditional health insurance nor Medicare will pay…

For many entrepreneurs, being a “workaholic” is the default status. Though such drive and dedication can be positive in short bursts, in the long run it leads to stagnation, burnout, and worse. Just as experts advise us to step away from what we are working on for short breaks throughout the day to maximize creativity,…

Estate planning is an ongoing process, and plans should be reviewed with a qualified estate planning attorney at least every three years to ensure that the goals you set in making your plan are still valid and that your plan continues to work for you and your loved ones. When reviewing your estate plan, keep…

As a parent, our role is to love our children while teaching them skills that will benefit them throughout their lifetime.  Inclusive of this role is teaching our children personal finance. For many people, learning how to manage their personal finances often occurs through trial and error, serving as a substitute for a formal education. …