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Domestic Asset Protection Trusts: A Debtor's Friend and Creditor's Foe
Nora Hood - Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law
The Light at the End of the Tunnel: Why the Timng is Right for Connecticut to Consider Tortious Interference with Inheritance as a Valid Cause of Action
Gina M. Geary - Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal
Inflation and Retirement Annuities
Zvi Bodie - SSRN
For Love and Affection: Elder Care and the Law's Denial of Intra-Family Contracts
Nina A. Kohn - Harvard Civil Rights- Civil Liberties Law Review
Why Employers Should Think Twice About Adding Annuity Payments to Their §401(K) Plan
Dan Morgan - Tax Management Compensations Planning Journal
Fiscal Year Return Projections for the United States: 2019–2026 - IRS
The Spring 2019 edition of IRS Publication 6292, Fiscal Year Return Projections for the United States, provides U.S.-level projections of the number of tax returns expected to be filed in Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 through FY 2026 by: (1) major return categories; and (2) business operating divisions.
How America Saves 2019 -- Vanguard
Based on prior-year’s data from participants across Vanguard's defined contribution recordkeeping business, How America Saves has become a bellwether not just for plan sponsors, but for financial services at large. The latest findings on participant savings and investing behavior are presented here in the 2019 report, which is the 18th edition.
Summary Analysis of Florida Electronic Will Legislation
From the Florida Legislature website, a summary of key provisions of SB 409, authorizing remote notarization and electronic wills. PDF, 13 pp.
Elder Justice Resources Hub -- ACL
This website highlights some of the HHS Administration for Community Living’s efforts to build public and professional understanding about elder abuse and strengthen the social supports needed to prevent it. Strong, stable communities with structures to support people of all ages and abilities not only ensure justice and dignity for older people and adults with disabilities, but also secure the wellbeing and quality of life for us all.
‘Lost Decade’ Casts a Post-Recession Shadow on State Finances
Report from the Pew Charitable Trusts. "Nearly 10 years after the end of the Great Recession, state governments have put the worst behind them. But the deepest downturn since World War II also has lived up to early predictions that states would face a “Lost Decade” because of missed economic and revenue growth." June 4, 2019.