With proper estate planning, an individual can ensure that his or her property will pass to the right people with minimal delay, red tape, and cost. This course explains estate planning in plain English, step by step, option by option. It covers the estate planning goals of leaving property, providing for young children, planning for incapacity, avoiding probate, and reducing estate tax. PLEASE NOTE: Not accepted for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic. CFPs PLEASE NOTE: CFP Program Approval Number: 276113 for 24 CE Hrs For the updated version of this course (version #7665A) you will receive full credit on this course under the new rules. This course is registered with the CFP Board and will be reported for CFP continuing education credits as noted above. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact customer service at: 800-990-2731.
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