2005 Field Guide to Estate Planning, Business Planning, & Employee Benefits

Regardless of the size of your estate or business, the 2005 Field Guide to Estate Planning, Business Planning, & Employee Benefits, by Donald F. Cady, can help you make sense of all your planning possibilities.

Divided into three sections, the book begins by covering the many facets of estate planning, exploring topics such as annuities, trusts, and life insurance. For small business owners, the business planning section examines aspects of buy/sell agreements, stock redemptions, and key-person insurance, while the employee benefits section addresses issues of long-term care, group health insurance, and deferred compensation. Each section opens with its own table of contents and discussions of key strategies are paired with helpful charts, graphs, and worksheets.

The author, Donald F. Cady J.D., LL.M., CLU, has over 20 years underwriting experience. He is a graduate of the Columbia University School of Law and St. Lawrence University. Currently freelancing as a consultant for The National Underwriter Company, he is the author of the regularly updated online version of this book, Field Guide Online.

As you plan your financial future, the 2005 Field Guide to Estate Planning, Business Planning, & Employee Benefits, by Donald F. Cady, offers a wealth of information for all your needs.

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