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Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid in Estate Planning
Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid in Estate PlanningEstate planning is a crucial process that ensures your assets are distributed according to your wishes after your passing. However, many people make common mistakes that can derail their plans and create complications for their loved ones. To help you navigate this smoothly, here are the top 10 mistakes to avoid in estate planning:
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Graduation Season: Why New Graduates Should Consider Starting Their Estate Plan
Graduation Season: Why New Graduates Should Consider Starting Their Estate PlanAs caps fly and diplomas are awarded, a new chapter begins for graduates as they step out from the halls of their high school into the world of colleges and universities. Amid the excitement of living alone, new cities, and exciting opportunities, estate planning is probably the last thing on most young adults’ minds. However, beginning an estate plan early can set a foundation for personal, financial, and digital security that will benefit a graduate for a lifetime. Here’s why high school graduates should consider starting their estate plan.
How to Include Cryptocurrency in Your Estate Plan
How to Include Cryptocurrency in Your Estate PlanCryptocurrency in estate planning has become increasingly important as digital assets gain popularity and value. The term itself can be difficult to understand. Therefore, learning how cryptocurrencies work will help you make informed decisions when planning for their inclusion in your estate plan.
Estate Planning for Moms
Estate Planning for MomsEstate planning is a crucial part of protecting your family's future, especially if you're a mom. It ensures that your children are cared for in your absence, whether due to an unexpected event or natural causes. It's an uncomfortable topic, but having a clear plan for your children's guardianship and inheritance is a true act of love.
GoodTrust Partners with Pratt Institute to Offer Estate Planning as a Key Financial Wellness Benefit
GoodTrust Partners with Pratt Institute to Offer Estate Planning as a Key Financial Wellness BenefitGoodTrust, a leader in digital estate planning, partners with Pratt Institute to offer estate planning services as a new voluntary benefit for its faculty and staff. This initiative aims to integrate essential financial wellness tools into the Institute’s  benefits package, emphasizing the importance of estate planning in personal financial health.
How Employee Benefits Impact Your Bottom Line
How Employee Benefits Impact Your Bottom LineEvery employer knows customer satisfaction impacts your bottom line, but have you considered how much employee satisfaction does as well? 
Estate Planning as an Added Benefit for Your Clients: Complete Financial Wellness for Advisors
Estate Planning as an Added Benefit for Your Clients: Complete Financial Wellness for AdvisorsAs a financial advisor, you understand the importance of building strong relationships with your clients. You work hard to help them achieve their financial goals and provide guidance on investments, retirement planning, and more. But have you considered the added value that estate planning can bring to your relationship with clients?
GoodTrust Partners with National Benefit Partners to Empower Employee Financial Wellness
GoodTrust Partners with National Benefit Partners to Empower Employee Financial WellnessGoodTrust, a leading provider of digital estate planning solutions, is proud to announce a strategic partnership with National Benefit Partners (NBP), an esteemed provider of employee benefit solutions. This collaboration aims to integrate GoodTrust's comprehensive estate planning services into NBP's extensive portfolio, offering unparalleled financial wellness benefits to employees nationwide.
Navigating Tax Day: The Role of Revocable Living Trusts in Your Financial Strategy
Navigating Tax Day: The Role of Revocable Living Trusts in Your Financial StrategyAs Tax Day approaches, many of us are meticulously reviewing our finances, seeking ways to optimize our tax positions. In this annual review of our financial situations, the subject of estate planning often comes up, sparking curiosity about how it might impact our overall financial health. Revocable living trusts are a cornerstone of estate planning, and understanding their relationship with taxes is crucial for anyone looking to make informed decisions about their financial future.
Bridging the Gap: How GoodTrust and Beam's Partnership is Making Estate Planning Accessible to the Workforce
Bridging the Gap: How GoodTrust and Beam's Partnership is Making Estate Planning Accessible to the WorkforceIn today’s shifting workforce environment, it's important  for employers to distinguish themselves to attract and retain the best talent. This necessity becomes even more apparent as we observe the evolving expectations and needs of employees regarding their benefits.  Historically, employee benefits centered around healthcare and life insurance and while that’s still true, financial wellness benefits are gaining popularity and traction in the workplace. Estate planning is an essential component to overall financial wellbeing, making it a natural addition to any benefits package. GoodTrust and Beam recognized this opportunity and are joining forces to bring estate planning to tens of thousands of employees. 
Millennials Are the Largest Proportion of the Workforce and They Want Estate Planning!
Millennials Are the Largest Proportion of the Workforce and They Want Estate Planning! Millennials are not only the largest generation in history but they’re also the largest workforce demographic our country has ever seen. Currently, Millennials represent 35% of the workforce and are projected to represent 75% of the global workforce by 2025. This shift makes it increasingly clear that keeping millennials happy will mean keeping your business successful. Where Baby Boomers have been known for their strong work ethic, loyalty to employers and preference for structure in the workplace, Millennials tend to prioritize flexible working conditions, purpose-driven work and the use of technology. 
Navigating Estate Planning as a Single Parent
Navigating Estate Planning as a Single ParentBeing a parent is more than providing for your children in the now, it is also about providing for them in the future. Estate planning is important for everyone and it can be a little scary for some, as none of us want to think about the worst case scenario. As a single parent, you may be even less inclined to think about what would happen should you no longer be here to take care of your children but planning for the worst case can help you enjoy the best moments feeling peaceful.