( www.EstatePlanningLawfirms.com ) Legal aspects of estate planning include trusts, wills, probate, gift tax, dynasty trust and joint trusts. This site shows how an estate planning lawyer can help with these issues and also assist in organizing business and personal records. The site also will find estate planning lawyers in your area when you enter your ZIP code.
( www.ChooseToSave.org ) The nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute maintains this site. Click on “Financial Tools” to find 100 calculators for budgeting, saving and spending. Then select questions that include: How will retirement affect my expenses? Am I saving enough for retirement? What will my income be after I retire? What will my expenses be after I retire? How much effect can inflation have?
(www.laweasy.com) Law Made Easy Press offers planning tips and forms to help with estate planning, probate, charitable giving and other legal matters.
(www.nafep.com) The National Association of Financial and Estate Planning site has sections on estate planning, capital gains tax planning, charitable foundations and protection of your assets from lawsuits and judgments.
(www.netplanning.com) The National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys site serves the membership of that organization, but its “Personal Estate Planning” section is tailored for consumers.
Lawyer and estate planner Layne
Rushforth's site provides articles
for the lay person covering wills,
trusts, asset protection, estate
reduction and other topics.
(www.debt.org/retirement) Useful and
comprehensive explanation of how
to go about making a retirement plan.