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Getting My Ducks in a Row
By Douglas G. Goldberg
Almost 70% of Americans do absolutely no estate planning.
Even the 30% that do something often leave a mess for their families.
Getting My Ducks in a Row is a comprehensive tool for organizing your affairs and preparing for the unexpected. It is an easy way to leave detailed instructions so that if you become disabled-and after you die-your family can spend their time celebrating your life rather than going on a frustrating and expensive treasure hunt for records and reliable advisors.
by Douglas G. Goldberg
What Was it Like to be You?
Everyone’s life holds something of exceptional value.
Legacy Snapshot™, a brand new publication from Goldberg Law Center, will help you capture in writing some of your personal history – love, values, beliefs, life lessons and your hopes and dreams for the future. With this remarkable book, you can share your thoughts, memories and inspirational or funny stories that have made your life unique.
You can use Legacy Snapshot™ as a letter to your loved ones, expressing what you would like them to know, not to have, after you are gone. Whoever you are, whatever you’ve done or accomplished, your life has been a precious gift. Don’t squander the chance to share it with those you love.
At the end of your life, all that is left is your story. With Legacy Snapshot™ your special story can be preserved for generations to come. That may well be the most treasured gift you’ll ever give them.
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by Robert A. Esperti & Renno L. Peterson with Douglas G. Goldberg
Americans are among the most generous people on the planet, giving away billions of dollars each year. That’s because we learned early on that doing good for others returns so many rewards — financial and otherwise — to ourselves. In keeping with that giving spirit, I’m pleased to announce our book, Giving, Philanthropy for Everyone, with answers to such questions as:
• Can I make a difference in my community if I’m not superrich? • What strategies will protect my loved ones’ legacies even as I give my wealth away to charity? • What if I want to give away an income-producing asset but still earn income? • Are there different considerations if I’m giving away real estate or other assets instead of cash? • Will a foundation help me control my bequests? • What are the tax benefits of making charitable gifts? • What are the different techniques for giving away wealth, and which one is best for me?
. . . and so much more.
Because now more than ever, nonprofit organizations need the financial support of philanthropists.
By David K. Cahoone & Larry W. Gibbs with Douglas G. Goldberg
Because you’ve worked so hard building your business . . .
. . . Here’s a book that will help you keep it. The entrepreneurial spirit burns bright in America, and the small business is the powerhouse that keeps our economy running. But if you thought you faced big challenges creating your business, wait until you learn about the struggles you’ll face to keep it intact and going strong in the years ahead. Fortunately, there’s help. I’ve recently co-authored the book, Strictly Business, Planning Strategies for Privately Owned Businesses. It answers such important questions as: • How your choice of business entity influences your ability to protect your person and business assets. • Business succession strategies that preserve your income even as your heir takes over the helm. • How to retire from your business while keeping it intact. • What strategies can help you protect your business interests–and your family’s legacy–should you or a key executive become disabled or die.
. . . and so much more. Because you’ve got so much invested in your business, this book is a must read. Click here if you would like to purchase this book.