Amazingly Bad Advice - Part II

Continuing from last week’s post on really bad advice from sources you’d expect to know better, let’s return to the column by money mag editor Richard Eisenberg. After giving misleading information on dying without a will, Mr. Eisenberg then says that having a will prevents “family skirmishes.” Good luck with that in Minnesota.
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Amazingly Bad Advice - Part I

Usually I find online advice columns on estate planning to be helpful and accurate for a layman’s purposes, but now and then, I find spectacularly bad advice from a surprising source. A recent Forbes column fit that bill. There were enough wrong ideas in it to make a series of—so I have. This is part I. Read More...