Estate planning is by definition the act of preparing for the transfer of a person’s wealth and assets after his or her death according to investinganswers.com. At first glance you might not really associate estate planning with your retirement even though it is in-fact a vital part of the process.
In this episode of the Let’s Talk Future Show, Michael Clark and John McCann are joined by Geoff Hoatson to help answer some key questions on estate planning and how it ties into planning for retirement. They will cover topics from probate to investment properties so you will not want to miss this great opportunity to learn something new that might be able to make a difference in your life. As always, this show cuts through the noise and nonsense about money and gives you the tools you need to build wealth, invest for the future, and put a plan in place.
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Need to find something from today’s show? We have you covered down to the minute!
- Titling accounts with Geoff Hoatson – 3.5 Min
- Do I need a trust? – 8 Min
- Email question about investment properties and retirement income – 20.5 Min
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