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3 facts to know about using a special needs trust

A special needs trust makes sure your child with special needs has what he or she needs in the future in the event that you can no longer be there to provide or care for your son or daughter. The trust may also be created to give another person control over your child's property, real estate and finances. The person who takes over control of these assets is known as a trustee, and he or she is in charge of doling out and managing assets for your child until your child no longer needs that assistance. Here are three facts you need to know about setting up a special needs trust.

Small business owners must prepare for the inevitable

Your family has come to enjoy the finer things in life, and that is all thanks to your hard work. You have built your company from the ground up and now you are getting to enjoy doing the things you have always wanted to do. Even though things seem great right now, you should stop and think about what is going to happen if you die unexpectedly.