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Estate planning and your beneficiaries

Setting up an estate plan can be a daunting task for all sorts of reasons. Some people, for example, may be unsure of which type of estate plan to choose. A trust may be ideal for some people (and there are various types of trusts, too), while a will may work out better for another. Once you have figured out which type of estate plan to move ahead with, many other considerations could surface, such as trying to decide how to distribute your assets. This can bring up some incredibly difficult decisions, especially those which involve family members, and it is crucial to be mindful of how your decisions may affect those you love.

Estate Planning Q&A

Most individuals who have been able to enjoy success have at least heard of estate planning. You may have heard of the subject or even done some amount of personal research. Estate planning is a large subject that can feel impenetrable for those on the outside, though.

What can I do when I face a business tax audit?

At one point, you may receive a letter from the IRS informing you of an audit on your Illinois business. This can be unnerving, but it does not have to be if you prepare for it. One thing to keep in mind, according to H&R Block, is the process can be lengthy depending on the method by which the IRS conducts the audit. The agent may do your audit by mail, at a local IRS office or in person. In person audits typically take the longest.

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