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This is the first part of a two-part series exploring Florida Homestead. Be sure to tune in next week for part two of the series which will cover frequently asked questions regarding the Florida Homestead Exemption.
If you have recently been appointed as a Personal Representative of an estate in Florida or if you are drafting your will now and trying to decide who to choose to administer your estate, this guide is for you.
When thinking about building wealth and saving for the future, many investors are looking for ways to diversify their portfolios. For some, this means bonds, securities, and gold. Others are looking for something a little more interesting. Collecting rare instruments, vintage watches, fine wines, classic cars, minerals, sports memorabilia, and comic books are all ways to merge your passions with your wealth-building endeavor. But, are they really a good investment?
If you’ve started reading this article, that likely means that you have a dream. Maybe you have always dreamed of turning your hobby into a business. Or maybe you have been working hard throughout your career for someone else, and you are ready to be your own boss
If you are a homeowner in the state of Florida, you have no doubt heard about the millions of dollars Floridians make each year renting out their homes and spare rooms to short-term renters online. However, if you have been following local news, you also know that there has been a lot of debate about how short-term rentals should be regulated and by whom.
Mother’s Day is all about spending time with family and showing the mothers in your life how much you appreciate all that they do. If you are like me, you find yourself year after year at a loss for what to get the moms in your life for Mother’s Day.
If you have been paying attention to the news, you know that student loans are bigger and more common than ever before. There is currently over $1.45 trillion in outstanding student loan debt in the United States, and 42 million Americans have some amount of student loan debt (the average borrower owes over $30,000).
Do not put your tax documents away just yet! With tax day last week and the feeling of spring in the air, this week is a great time to get into some spring cleaning. No, we do not mean power washing the deck or shampooing the carpets. Spring – especially at the end of tax season – is the perfect moment to review and update your estate plan.
Despite the fact that retirement accounts can be among the most valuable assets in a person’s estate, they are often overlooked during the estate planning process. Especially if your IRA was initiated by your employer, it may end up a bit “out of sight, out of mind” until the day when you begin taking mandatory distributions.