Bring Estate Planning to the Top of Your To Do List
Estate Planning Awareness Week is October 21 – 27, 2019
Estate Planning is one of the most overlooked areas of personal financial management. It is estimated that more than half of American adults don’t have an estate plan, in part because many mistakenly believe that this process is for the wealthy or the retired. Estate planning is for everyone!
National Estate Planning Week is the perfect time to make sure your affairs are in order in the event of a sickness, accident or death. It is recommended that every three to five years or after a major life event (marriage, divorce, death of a family member, birth of a family member), you should think about estate planning. Being proactive in planning can benefit not only you but your loved ones and ensure that your intentions are carried out the way you would like them to and not left up to others.
Organize Your Records So Your Family Doesn't Have To
This free guide, complimentary from Boston College’s Office of Gift Planning, keeps everything you need for Estate Planning, and ongoing review, in one convenient place. Keeping track of important contact information regarding wills, trusts, power of attorney, healthcare power of attorney, asset inventory and much more.
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Meet the Gift Planning Team
The gift planning team at Boston College provides many families with consultation around charitable giving which is one portion of having a sound estate plan. Our team of experts are here to answer any questions and provide guideance to you and your financial advisor and/or estate attorney.