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These changes are so significant that every such plan holders should review their wishes and how their estate plans may be affected.
Despite the burgeoning cost of higher education these days, you might still find yourself with unspent money in a 529 plan after your child has graduated from college. As you may know, if you withdraw the money for non-qualified education purposes, you have to pay taxes plus an additional 10% penalty on the earnings withdrawn from the account.
Relocating for retirement and trimming the budget line for taxes are among the many tasks preretirees and retirees have on their to-do lists.
Healthcare can be a daunting prospect for seniors, namely because health issues can creep up as people age, and because Medicare comes with a lot of hidden costs that seniors aren’t well-prepared for. However, if there’s one health-related expense that can really catch retirees off-guard, it’s none other than long-term care.