Does your privacy matter to you? If so, keeping the details of your estate private after you pass away is an important goal. But can the ordinary American ensure that their estate doesn't become public knowledge through probate? Here are five ways you can do just that. 1. Use the Gift Tax Exclusion. Estate planning shouldn't just be about what happens after you die. Reducing some assets while you're alive is one way to keep your matters to yourself.
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