Let’s face it: None of us will live forever. But you can take some small yet important steps that can potentially make things much easier on your family and heirs when your time comes. One of the best ways to prepare financially is to choose a person to be the executor of your estate.
Your executor essentially acts as the CEO of your estate—the person responsible for making sure your will is executed properly. This crucial role can mean handling everything from distributing assets to heirs to ensuring any taxes due are paid on time.
Not surprisingly, we find that people often have difficulty choosing their executor.
The good news: In this Whistle Stop Report, Choosing an Executor for Your Estate, you’ll discover four key action steps you can take today to identify and enlist an executor who is right for you and your situation.
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