Run time 00:02:41•Posted by NewFocus Financial Group on January 13, 2016
Retirees sometimes consider a move to a no-income-tax state. But they need to consider whether their new home state has an estate tax. Chad Burton, CFP®, and Rob Black discuss options to protect your estate.
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