Pass It On : A baby boomer's guide to estate planning that guarantees more for heirs and less for Uncle Sam. You can't take it with you - but you can have a say in where it's going. So says this accessible and entertaining guide to estate planning. Co-written by an executive with PaineWebber, Pass It On helps readers gain power over the disposal of their assets. In scenarios that are as funny as they are helpful, it illustrates common estate planning problems and explains their often simple solutions. Using songs and TV shows from the 50s, 60s, and 70s to explain legal issues and clarify points, Pass It On covers everything from living wills to family discussions to divorce, and avoids the monotonous financial doublespeak that makes most books on estate planning unreadable. As fun to read as it is filled with vital information, this book takes the sting out of an important yet tedious topic that readers can't afford to ignore. 286 pages.
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