It’s National Health Care Decisions Day!

It’s an important topic, so important that a variety of of national, state and community organizations have collaborated to recognize April 16 as National Healthcare Decisions Day. It’s a day dedicated to ensuring that all adults in the United States who...

Seniors Going It Alone Need A Plan

According to the United States Census Bureau, some 27 percent of Americans 65 and older are living alone. That number of seniors is growing at a rate of about 10,000 every single day. Baby Boomers, born from around 1946 to 1964, now number over 70 million. They tend...

Who is Caring for the Caregivers?

Terri Hilliard, PC is a proud Bronze Sponsor of Senior Concerns’ “Caregiver Recognition Day.” As we age, most of us will need some assistance along the way. Whether it’s help with grocery shopping, transportation, cooking, cleaning, managing...

The IRS May Be a Friend to Higher Net Worth Taxpayers

The IRS recently proposed regulations and announced increased gift and estate tax exemption amounts that offer significant opportunities for higher net worth taxpayers who want to make large asset gifts to others. Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the lifetime federal...

Leaving Your Assets To Your Kids

When you die, how will your assets be imparted to your children? What if the kids aren’t old enough or mature enough to handle their inheritance after you pass? If you have more than one child, how will your assets be divided? What happens to your legacy, if the...