The uncertainty of the future can be a scary thing. As you get older, your body and your finances change, affecting every facet of your life and creating the need to make sure that you have a plan in place, should anything unforeseen occur.
When you create a trust, you are creating an asset. You are utilizing resources, in order to protect the financial interests of yourself or your designated loved ones. Depending on the type of trust, you can find yourself shaping your estate and your future.
Asset protection can certainly be complicated and confusing, especially for those with larger estates. However, there are straightforward steps that can be taken to protect property against potential future creditors, lawsuits and other unforeseen circumstances.
Most people would rather not think about their own deaths, but unless medical science can somehow come up with an immortality pill, we all have to go sometime. Given that uncomfortable reality, some individuals actually face their inevitable departure with
Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and co-host Susan Arthur are joined by Cynthia Fantasia, pastor, national speaker and author of the book “In the Lingering Light: Courage and Hope for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver” to discuss the challenges surrounding dementia and Alzheimer’s. She
Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and co-host Susan Arthur are rejoined by Wealth Advisors and Certified Financial Planners Todd Oetken and Grant Roberts, both of Roberts & Kohler/Hilliard Lyons, a Robert Baird Company, to discuss what they have seen among their clients
Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and co-host Susan Arthur are joined by Dr. Wendy Suzuki, a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University and author of “Healthy Brain, Happy Life.” Her work focuses
The fear of getting older is met with the fear of being unable to make decisions for yourself. As you get older, this fear can feel more and more possible. However, even though the inability to make your own decisions
Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and co-host Susan Arthur discuss the various elements to long-term care and the various methods involved in paying for it. They break down the monthly costs of assisted care and nursing home care and how city care
Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University and upcoming ElderTalk with Joe Cordell guest Dr. Wendy Suzuki will be speaking at 3 p.m., Sunday, September 8, at the Congregation Shaare Emeth
Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and co-host Susan Arthur are joined by Charlie Shapard, of Smooth Transitions of St. Louis, to discuss senior moves and downsizing as you get older. He highlights senior move management and what they should consider regarding their
Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and co-host Susan Arthur identify some of the missteps that people make in their estate planning and highlight methods of avoiding these mistakes. They talk about the legal side of facing disasters when traveling with loved ones
As the old saying goes, “There is good news and bad news” about your health. The good news is that modern medicine and technology enable people to live longer and more comfortably. The bad news is we all have to