Retirement Planning Tools In One Place

Retirement Planning Tools In One Place

The retirement planning tools you need are all in one place. We’ve made it easy to find the right calculator, planner, and more—without leaving your home.

Retirement Planning Tools

Retirement planning tools are available online. These tools can be used to plan for retirement, and they can help you understand the impact of different retirement strategies, investment options and Social Security options.

Retirement Planner

Retirement Planner is a free online tool that can help you figure out how much you need to save for retirement. It also helps you determine how much money you can withdraw each month, which will allow you to see how much money will be available after taxes are taken out of your monthly income. The tool uses Monte Carlo simulations and historical returns data from Vanguard’s Total Stock Market Index Fund (VTI).

Retirement Calculator

Retirement calculators are a great way to get an idea of how much money you’ll need in order to retire and how much income you can expect from your savings. There are many different types of retirement calculators, but they all help users enter information about their current financial situation and expected expenses in the future. The calculator then provides an estimate for how much they should be saving each year in order to reach their goals.

This is where things get tricky: it’s important not only that you use a retirement calculator but also which one! You may find yourself overwhelmed by all the choices out there–and it’s true that …

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Inheritances of Property Arrangements and the Life Estate

Inheritances of Property Arrangements and the Life Estate

When you create a trust, you’re required to name who will inherit your property after you die. But if you want to leave something aside for someone else, even if they are not in your will, there are several different ways of arranging this. You might also want to consider leaving money or property directly to an heir rather than through the trust. Here’s what happens when someone dies with a life estate:

What is a life estate?

A life estate is a limited interest in property that terminates upon the death of the person who holds the interest. The holder of a life estate is called a tenant for life, and he or she has no right to sell or otherwise dispose of the property during his or her lifetime. Instead, this right passes through inheritance when he/she dies (known as “dying into” an estate).

The property itself is held for another person’s benefit–usually one’s children or grandchildren–and not for one’s own use during his/her lifetime; so it may not be used as collateral for loans or mortgages from banks. As long as there are descendants who can inherit at least part of your estate after your death, however; then you must continue paying taxes on any income generated by investments made within such accounts until those individuals reach age 18 years old (or some other age set forth by state law).

When must the owner of the life estate be a named beneficiary in the trust?

When must …

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