Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) January 17, 2007
With potential contention over James Brown's estate, the importance of estate planning education offered at Web sites like Business-Programs.com and of having an estate planner has never been clearer.
The "Career Focus: Estate Planning" (http://www.business-programs.com/articles/career-focus-estate-planning.html) article at Business-Programs.com, a site providing educational resources about online business programs, gives an overview of some of the aspects of this career and offers advice on what type of education is needed for success.
"If you die without a will, a court will decide, based on state law, who will inherit your property. In most cases, the result might be contrary to your wishes," says the National Association of Estate Planners and Councils. "Putting together an estate plan is not as daunting as it might seem at first, and it pays big dividends in the long run. Not having an estate plan in place can cost you not only in dollars and cents, but also in family discord."
The "Career Focus: Estate Planning" article at Business-Programs.com gives guidance on the types of people who may be a good fit for this career, such as CPAs and certified financial planners. Busy financial or legal professionals interested in adding estate planning to their services can review distance learning programs to help advance their goals. The article reveals that an estate planning career can involve:
- Designing an estate plan
- Administering estates and trusts
- Reviewing a client's life insurance
- Developing strategies to minimize taxation
Distance learning programs found at Business-Programs.com can help aspiring estate planners find the knowledge they need to pursue this career, and others can simply find the resources to better educate themselves about estate planning.
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