The Missing Guide To Preparing For Death, Taxes, And Long-Term Care
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Finally gain the confidence that comes with being prepared.
What if you could protect everything you’ve worked for?
What if you could plan for the people who matter most to you?
What if you could have peace of mind about your future?
We all want these things! But they don’t just happen. If you want to finally gain the confidence that comes with being prepared but don’t know where to start, you’re not alone.
Here's what you'll learn:
Part one focuses on death – or more accurately, on the methods available to safely and efficiently transfer your estate to your heirs after you die. Avoiding probate court is a big part of it, but the three chapters in this part go much deeper.
Part two focuses on taxes – particularly how to minimize the taxes more likely to matter to middle-class families and how to ignore the ones that don’t. Readers seem to especially appreciate how chapter six breaks down the planning options available with IRAs and other retirement accounts.
Part three focuses on long-term care – clearing up a lot of common misconceptions about long-term care options, costs, and benefits. The secrets divulged in chapter nine about how spouses can creatively plan for Medicaid coverage in an emergency situation may be the most exciting part of the book!
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I’m Justin Elrod, one of only three Certified Elder Law Attorneys in Arkansas.
I’ve been where you are. Seeing my family face these very problems is part of what got me into this line of work in the first place. I have two young children. Just like you, I do my best to make it to all their after school activities, and I coach their baseball and softball teams.
It’s unimaginable to think of a time when I would not be here to take care of them. I understand the questions and concerns you have when looking to set up a plan that protects your children if you’re not around.
Planning isn’t just my job; it’s my life. I’m dedicated to helping families avoid the pitfalls I’ve seen others go through time and time again.
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I 100% guarantee that you’ll learn something useful from this book, or I’ll return your $7.95 shipping and handling. I’ll even let you keep the book to pass along to someone else that may find it useful.
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The insider strategies listed in this book can save (or make) you tens of thousands if executed properly.
To be honest, I don’t know of any field where half-truths and downright wrong information are more prevalent than in the areas of estate planning and long-term care.
This knowledge is what attorneys typically charge hundreds (or thousands) for. But knowledge is the key to good planning, and this is knowledge you deserve.
I am committed to sharing the absolute best information you’ll find to protect yourself, the things you’ve worked for all your life, and those that matter most.
Everyone likes the feeling that comes with being prepared. Most just don't know where to start.
You Need A Plan is your starting point. You can take charge of your future. This book gives you the tools you need to protect what you’ve worked for all your life and take care of the people who matter most.
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