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Taxes and other reasons to have an estate plan

Some people in Colorado may be among the 42 percent of adults who said they did not have an estate plan in a survey conducted by Caring.com. While estate planning may be a difficult subject to address or some might think they do not need a plan because they have few assets, it can be important for everyone.

Choosing the most effective estate planning tools

If you are like many, you delayed creating an estate plan because it seemed complicated and expensive to do. When you finally decided that a plan was an important way to protect your assets and your loved ones, it is understandable that you would want to choose the simplest way to do so. Most people consider writing a will as the most basic estate planning step to take.

Estate planning is also important for young people

Despite widespread information about the importance of planning for the future, many adults in Colorado still do not have a will or other estate documents. People who are not married and do not have children may be some of the least likely to make an estate plan, and young people in general may see it as a task for the future. One survey found that 78 percent of millennials have not made a will. In many cases, people don't want to think about death or complicated familial relationships.

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