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Spousal Lifetime Access Trust(s) are ideal for married couples with a potential estate tax liability who want flexibility in their estate planning.
A Spousal Lifetime Access Trust allows one spouse to be a beneficiary of the trust, while the other spouse is the grantor of the trust.
A Spousal Lifetime Access Trust (SLAT) allows a client to make irrevocable transfers of assets.
There are several reasons a business may want to transfer ownership of a business or corporate-owned life insurance policy.
Before changing the ownership it is important to know the policy’s fair market value, understand any tax issues that may exist upon transferring ownership, and the best way to distribute the policy.
Indexed Universal Life Insurance is one of the most complicated life insurance products in the marketplace.
This guide explores the different factors that can have a significant positive or negative impact on a policy’s performance.
A sale to an Intentionally Defective Grantor Trust (IDGT) in combination with life insurance allows high-net-worth families to accomplish different wealth transfer goals with flexibility.
Learn how these techniques can help families solve wealth transfer, estate, and philanthropic planning goals.
People are used to getting checkups — portfolio reviews, an annual physical, trip to the dentist, and even regular car maintenance. But what about checking up on their life insurance policy?
Many times, life insurance policies are purchased and largely forgotten.
A Restricted Property Trust is used by successful business owners to reduce income taxes and grow assets.
The ability to make Before Tax Contributions, Defer Taxes on Growth, and Access Tax Advantaged Distributions makes the Restricted Property Trust an attractive alternative to other employer-sponsored plans.