This past week was designated as America Saves Week, which is an annual call to action for everyday Americans to commit to saving successfully. In honor of this event, which is now in its 13th year, certified financial planner Suzanne Himes is here with some tips and strategies for our own savings goals.
According to surveys, more than half of American adults don’t have a Last Will and Testament. While the reasons for this vary, one stumbling block can be choosing an executor. Suzanne Himes, lead financial planner at Asset Planning Corporation, joins us with what to consider in selecting someone for this important role.
Most of us have “digital assets”; in fact, there are 271 million North American Internet users. However, many times planning for digital assets is overlooked, even when it involves financial or business assets. Certified Financial Planner and Money Man Paul Fain discusses our digital assets this week on Sunday Money. WHAT ARE DIGITAL ASSETS? These
Do I need a trust? Even if one’s financial life is fairly uncomplicated, whether you are 28 or 88 years old, everyone should have an estate plan for their stuff. But do you need a trust? Paul Fain, certified financial planner at Asset Planning Corporation, answers some questions about estate planning. WHAT IS IN
According to a recent survey from Caring.com, six in ten American adults do not have a will or living trust. Just what is an “estate plan?” Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins us again with your Sunday Money. WHY DO SO MANY PEOPLE IGNORE ESTATE PLANNING? The two main reasons that people ignore
What happens to bank checking and deposit accounts when a loved one passes away? Is it a big concern for heirs? Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins us again to talk about your Sunday Money and 4 steps to get your accounts in order before your final day. THIS IS POTENTIALLY A BIG
Family. One of, if not the most, important part of your life. We love them dearly and would do anything for them—help them study for a big test, throw them a graduation party, help them with the down payment of their first house, etc. The list is endless. And yet, we seldom consider helping them
Aretha Franklin, The Queen of Soul, died on August 16th at the age of 76 – she did not leave a will detailing her wishes for her assets. What happens next to Ms. Franklin’s estate and what can WE learn from it? Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins us again to look at your Sunday
Featured in the Knoxville News Sentinel: July 17, 2018 Do you need to have “The Talk” in your family? No, not the birds-and-the-bees talk, I’m referring to the talk with an aging parent about their finances. According to one survey, 54 percent of baby boomer respondents said they would rather talk to their children about sex
WBIR: Has someone in the family gotten on your bad side!? Well…you could always disinherit them! Understandably, disinheriting an individual from your will can be a difficult decision. Should you? Could you? Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins us now to discuss this delicate topic and your estate plan. HOW CAN A FAMILY MEMBER