LOS ANGELES, June 29- There are plenty of tips and tricks to maximizing your retirement benefits, and more than a few are considered "loopholes" that taxpayers have been able to use to circumvent the letter of the law in order to pay less to the government. 1. Back-door Roth IRA conversions The U.S. Congress created this particular loophole by lifting income...» Read More
Inheriting money would seem like one of life’s unabashed blessings, yet the inheritors I spoke to said they were ill equipped emotionally or financially to handle the windfall.
Gina Rinehart, reputed to be the world's richest woman, is making headlines again for power struggles with her family and the Australian media.
A new study of multi-millionaires finds that only half plan to leave their inheritence to their kids.
Financially speaking, 2010 was a pretty good year to enter the next life if you were wealthy. There was no estate tax, so heirs inherited their dad or mom’s fortune without paying the usual 35 percent or more in estate taxes. Next year, however, could be different.
By making some important decisions while living, my father helped to lessen the overwhelming stress of coping with sudden loss.