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I’ve recently had the privilage to read this fifth installment about estate planning from Jim and Vickie Schumacher, and I can honestly say it’s the best they’ve turned out yet. Ever since their first edition (originally titled A Will is not the Way), these two have been giving us clear and concise information about the estate planning world in everyday, conversational English. This tradition is continued in their newest edition. What makes the fifth edition a must have, however, is all the new information they’ve included. Five months ago, President Clinton signed the Taxpayers Relief Act of 1997, seriously changing the “rules” on estate and capital gains taxes. Not only have the Schumacher’s already incorporated this new information into their book and translated it from Washington’s “legelese” into English I can understand, they’ve even told me how these changes pratically apply to my estate planning situation. This alone would make the book worth buying, but when you couple it with the state-specific estate planning information they’ve included (as a direct response from reader’s requests), you’ve got a real steal.
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This book fully explaines it all. I got a trust through a lawyer and it was just as this book says. There are diagrams to show and the language is very easy to understand.
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