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Planning a Tax-Free Retirement is NOW If you are getting close to retirement or retired now, what are the moves that you should be doing to ensure that your retirement is as tax efficient as possible?
In today’s episode of Berry’s Bites. We explain the 3 Ways to Avoid Probate in Michigan with Michigan Elder Law Attorney, Christopher J. Berry, Esq., CELA Meet Roger, Roger is frustrated, because when his parents passed away they did not avoid probate. Now he is in probate court. Dealing with a judge.
In today’s episode of Berry’s Bites. We talk about what goes into basic Estate Planning with Michigan Elder Law Attorney, Christopher J. Berry, Esq., CELA Here is the auto-generated transcript: Hi, this is Chris Berry and today we’re going to talk about estate planning in Michigan.
Michigan Elder Law Attorney, Christopher J. Berry, Esq., CELA talks about Lady Bird Deed today on Berry’s Bites. Here is the auto-generated transcript: Hi there. This is Chris Berry certified elder law attorney with Castle Wealth Group Legal.
Finding the Right Tools to Reach Your Estate Plan Goals Many people believe that having an estate plan simply means drafting a will or a trust. You may ultimately find yourself left with a lot of questions before you even start.
The Effective Approach to Financial Recovery Regardless of what is causing your financial setback, your path to financial recovery will require a set of action steps. You may believe your situation is unique, but many are walking the same path as you.
The Legal, Financial and Tax Planning Response Standpoint What are the things you should be doing to move forward and put yourself in the best position from a legal, financial and tax response standpoint during this scary time? This sounds cliche but I’m sure you’ll agree that we can’t control the things happening around us.
The “Scary Times” Success Rule book We can’t control the events happening around us but we can definitely control our actions and responses. Because of this, I chose to focus on the upside instead of the downside. The same can be applied towards investment.
Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order No. 2020-41 that allows remote signing and notarization of legal documents such as wills, trusts, powers of attorney and deeds in Michigan as of April 9th, 2020.
Have you planned for long term care? Do you know how you would pay for long-term care if you became ill or incapacitated? Many people think of long-term care in terms of a nursing home for elderly residents.
Michigan Elder Law Attorney, Christopher J. Berry, Esq., CELA lays out 3 Key Legal Steps you should be making and 4 financial ideas to consider. Here is the auto-generated transcript: Hey everyone, this is Chris Berry with another episode of Berry’s bites.
Michigan Estate Planning Attorney and Advisor Christopher Berry gives some Tips for “Scary Times” Michigan Estate Planning Attorney and Advisor Christopher J. Berry of Castle Wealth Group (www.MichiganEstatePlanning.com, gives 10 tips for dealing with “Scary Times” and Market Volatility. He shares these tips from Dan Sullivan of Strategic Coach.
The Elder Care Firm Coronavirus and the Need For Powers of Attorney and Disability Documents in Michigan Today we’re going to talk about the importance of powers of attorney, especially in times like this with the coronavirus and everything that’s going around. People may need medical attention sooner rather than later.
The world is currently facing a severe and ever-evolving threat unlike any other in recent history—the Novel Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. Every day we unpack more information about this pandemic—who it affects, how it evolves, and how we should respond. The number of those affected has rapidly climbed each day.
Here at Castle Wealth Group, we think of our clients as family. As such we want you to know that your health and safety is our first priority. We are monitoring the situation surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are listening to the recommendations made by the CDC and the WHO.
Many thought 2020 would be a volatile year with market volatility. Most people were looking to the run since 2008 plus a presidential election.
How Much Do You Know About Medicare? When planning for retirement, there are five key areas to focus on… income planning, investment planning, tax planning, legacy planning and healthcare planning. For many retirees, Medicare has a huge role in healthcare planning, and Medicare is what we will be talking about on today’s show.
Checklist for Estate Planning When Remarrying — Tips from a Michigan Estate Planning Lawyer A century ago, most people who got married remained married until “death do us part.” Divorces occurred, but not at the rate that divorces occur in this century.
Are You Ready for the SECURE Act? The SECURE Act has changed key elements of retirement and estate planning, turning the whole industry on its head. Today’s show focuses on the strategies that can be used in the post SECURE Act world to ensure you have a tax efficient retirement.
Family, friends, and fans continue to offer tributes to Kobe Bryant and the other victims of a tragic helicopter crash. On Sunday, January 26, 2020, Bryant, his daughter, and seven other individuals were flying in Bryant’s private helicopter to a basketball tournament. At approximately 10 a.m., the helicopter crashed in a field in Calabasas.
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