Volume 13th Issue 5
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|Interest Rates & the Economy
A flattening yield curve was partly to blame for stock market volatility toward the end of 2018. Some investors took it as a sign that the odds of an economic downturn were increasing.
Assets in most bank and brokerage accounts, retirement plans, and insurance policies convey directly to the people named on the beneficiary forms — even if they are different from the people named in a will or trust — and the money does not go through probate.
|Steps to Executing an Exit Strategy
Some business owners don’t think about succession possibilities or when they might retire, because they love running their companies and don’t want to stop any time soon.
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