Backup For Your Backup: Understanding What Successor Trustees Do

Posted on: 26 July 2019

Trusts come in two varieties: revocable and irrevocable. With a revocable trust, you act as the trustee over your own trust. You establish the trust, and you dictate how it will be managed. With a lawyer's help, you establish documents that will help protect your trust and facilitate its distribution and care in the event of your death. As such, it is important to select a successor trustee who can act in your stead, should you meet an untimely death.
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5 Reasons To Get A Business Bank Account

Posted on: 24 May 2019

If you're someone who mixes your business and personal finances together, you need to make a change. It can get confusing to understand where your company finances stand when they're all meshed together with your own personal money. Instead of keeping your money all in one account, it's really best to open a business bank account. No matter what bank you choose, there will be business account banking services available for you.
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Why You Need More Than A Savings Account

Posted on: 20 March 2019

When you obtain a checking account, you might believe that the only purpose of the checking account is to cash checks. However, there are many other advantages to having a checking account and you may even open a checking account without having any checks. There are several other services, such as debit cards, online bill pay, direct deposit, and mobile banking. Receiving Money In some cases, you just need a checking account.
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3 Ways To Get The Lowest Mortgage Rate Possible

Posted on: 4 January 2019

There is more to buying a home than just finding the right property and putting in an offer. Becoming a homeowner is a major financial decision and it can be a huge responsibility. There are also plenty of advantages to owning your own home, including building equity. Chances are if you are looking to buy a home, you will want to finance it. There are a lot of things to consider when getting a mortgage, including the mortgage rate.
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