• Estate planning 101: What every orthopedist should know

    9 days ago - By Healio

    Orthopedists should engage in basic estate planning as soon as they begin practice. The three main parts of comprehensive estate planning may overlap. This article discusses incapacitation planning and estate distribution planning. Transfer tax planning, which concerns gift, estate and other taxes that may be triggered when transferring wealth during life or at death, will be discussed in a future article.
    Incapacitation planning deals with decision-making regarding legal, financial and medical issues if you are unable to make decisions for yourself, such as if you are hospitalized. It is
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