Regardless of the age of your children it is important to educate them about money and the concepts of earning, spending, saving, investing, and giving.
Having a will doesn't always mean you can avoid probate, but having a trust can be beneficial in avoiding it.
In this edition of "Ask a Trust Officer," Jill Dobbs, CFP® explains how getting organized now can save you a lot of time and stress as tax season officially kicks off.
One of the biggest causes of family arguments after the passing of a loved one is who gets the inheritance. By talking to your children about this early on, you are likely to avoid squabbles and provide meaning to what you are leaving behind.
Deciding when and how to save for a child’s future college education, while saving for your retirement, is quite a balancing act.
The trust advisor plays a large role in a client's life, helping with things like estate planning, tax planning, investment management, and more. As Central Trust's Evan Sowers explains, your trust advisor provides a unique perspective that you won't find anywhere else.