Can’t Afford an Estate Plan? Here’s What You Can Do Without Spending a Fortune

The American College of Financial Services
January 3, 2021

Despite the fact that life will inevitably end, many Americans admit they don’t have a plan for what will happen to their finances when they pass away. This lack of proper estate planning can put the well-being of family members and loved ones in jeopardy; however, most who haven’t made preparations say the costs are just too high.

Steve Parrish, co-director of The College’s Center for Retirement Income, says there are some simple steps everyone can take to secure their estate plans that won’t require them to spend a fortune. Learn more in this story from CNBC.

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