As the world goes increasingly digital, many of us have amassed sometimes large collections of non-physical assets such as digital photos, music, movies, eBooks, cryptocurrencies and more on our computers, smartphones, portable media players, hard drives and other devices. Although they are in an electronic format, these assets often have personal or financial value, which can make them part of your estate. And that means they should be included in your estate planning.
Nothing guarantees there will be sufficient money to cover all costs in retirement. But there are some common mistakes to steer clear of as you grow older.
For many of our clients, the idea that their portfolios should “never walk alone” is probably obvious enough. Financial planning should constitute a comprehensive approach to creating, implementing, and monitoring a plan tailored to each client’s individual goals, needs, and circumstances.