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In recent years, the Long Term Care (LTC) insurance market has evolved, and hybrid plans have emerged that combine life insurance with long term care benefits. In many ways, hybrid plans are an upgrade on traditional benefits. This case study helps compare and contrast these options.
When and how should you consider long term care insurance? Answer these 4 questions and you be on your way to making an informed decision.
Planning for a child with special needs carries a range of complexities. There is no single best strategy – your situation needs a customized approach, but these strategies should help make an informed decision for your child and family.
Few will ever go through the process of selling a business. Here are five pitfalls to avoid if you happen to be one of the lucky ones who have the opportunity to sell!
Can we reduce our estate tax bill without losing access to our assets? When properly coordinated, strategies like these can help move assets out of your estate without putting them entirely out of reach!
When it comes to spending and passing on your assets, don’t miss these strategic tips to maximize your impact on your life, loved ones, and causes you care about!
Part two in our What to Spend & What to Pass On series – three case studies to demonstrate how to apply these principles with a variety of primary objectives.
A replay of our January 27, 2021 webinar discussing 2020 lessons learned, the Biden tax plan, and what we expect in 2021.
2020 presented many challenges, but also opportunities and lessons learned. As we turn the page and look to 2021, we’ll look at 2020 lessons learned and what to expect in 2021.
As you prepare your taxes, here are answers to frequently asked questions about tax documents from your investment accounts. When should I expect to receive my tax documents? This varies by account type: January 31 for IRAs, 401(k)s and other Retirement Accounts -...
Through all the challenges, 2020 brought many wins and milestones in the Alterra family. Here’s a look at our year in review!
A Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT) is an irrevocable trust that generates income for you or your beneficiaries with the remainder going to your favorite charity. Is it right for you?
A discussion of giving too much away might initially seem strange. But, if you’re not careful, you might inadvertently end up with a tax bill on funds you give away. This is called the gift tax and the IRS expects you to know it. After all, they’ve generously listed it on their website for you to read! So, how does it work?
An introduction to Socially Responsible Investing and how you can choose an approach that aligns your values and resources.
I’m thinking of paying my mortgage off early. Being debt free would feel great, but is this a good strategy? Should I be investing those extra dollars instead?