A Time to Show Your Gratitude with Estate Planning

During the holidays, and especially on Thanksgiving, we will often gather together with family members and reflect on things for which we are grateful. Not everyone, however, thinks about gratitude when we create estate plans. A main aim of estate planning is preparing for all the what ifs, but an estate plan can take on even more meaning if we include gratitude in our plans. Take a second to think about what you are grateful for and how you can show gratitude in your estate plan. To be helpful, we have provided some ideas below. Give a gift to a Charity This is probably what you think of first when you think of gratitude. Give to a charity that has affected you in some way. Maybe a charity

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