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As financial and tax matters become increasingly complex, certain professionals offer skills and expertise to assist you in formulating your estate plans. The best way to find qualified professionals is to ask family and friends in your area for references. Here is a list of experts and their roles.
  • A certified public accountant who specializes in tax matters can analyze the tax impact of estate plans.
  • A financial advisor or life insurance professional offers advice on ways life insurance can build your estate and provide the liquid funds needed for estate taxes or a business buyout agreement.
  • A trust officer's experience in administering trusts is valuable in discussions of personal and investment aspects of fiduciary relationships.
  • A charitable gift planner represents a charity and can explain the array of gift plans available to meet your needs, save taxes and serve the organization's goals. For information about supporting Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, contact Paula S. Fortunas at 850-431-5752 or paula.fortunas@tmh.org.
  • An estate planning attorney is needed to interpret the maze of laws on property rights, taxes, wills, probate and trusts.
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