- General Principles of Financial Planning in .NET

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TOPIC 12: FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES
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1 Divorce A Property valuation and settlement (1) It is important to understand that equitable does not mean equal ; it only means fair (2) Property settlements Section 1041 no gain or loss on divorce transactions B Career assets (1) Sometimes one spouse has signi cant assets tied to his or her career For example: A wife quits her job so her husband can move and advance his career (2) Career assets include life, health, disability, and long-term care insurance; vacation and sick pay; Social Security; stock options; and pension and retirement plans (3) Career assets are assumed to be jointly owned by both spouses C Family business and house Three options when deciding how to divide a business and/or house: (1) One spouse keeps the business/home by buying out the other s interest (2) Both spouses continue to own business/home (3) The business/home is sold and proceeds are divided D Retirement plans Two methods for dividing: (1) Buy-out or cash-out method Nonemployee spouse gets a lump sum settlement or marital asset of equal value at the time of divorce in return for the employee s right to keep the retirement plan (2) Deferred division or future value method No present value is determined each spouse gets an equal share of the bene ts when they are paid E Alimony (1) A series of payments from one spouse to another, or to a third party on behalf of the receiving spouse (2) Taxable income to the recipient and, generally, tax-deductible expense to the payer F Child support (1) Established by the courts and based on the ratio of each parent s income, the percentage of time the child spends with each parent, and the amount of alimony payments made to the custodial parent (2) Cannot be deductible by the payor and not includible in the income of the recipient (3) The child can be counted as an exemption by only one parent but the exemption can be traded back and forth each year (4) Only the custodial parent is entitled to claim both the child and the dependent care credit 2 Disabilities A The chance of becoming disabled prior to retirement is greater than the chance of death Purchasing a disability income policy satis es full protection B Workers compensation handles work-related injuries C Company sickness and accident plans have waiting periods and are limited to years of coverage
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Topic 13: Economic Concepts - 29 3 Terminal illness A Long-term care insurance Insurance policy used to provide funding for long-term care, such as stays in nursing homes, not covered under Medicare or other medical expense policies B Viatical agreements Terminally ill individuals may be able to sell their life insurance policies to a viatical company 4 Nontraditional families A Proper estate planning through wills and trust is essential there is no unlimited marital deduction for unmarried couples B Planning is necessary for single parents, as well as ensuring necessary amounts of insurance inasmuch as there is only one wage earner 5 Job change and job loss, including severance packages A Emergency fund covering three to six months of expenses B State unemployment insurance programs exist in all states and are designed to provide protection against involuntary unemployment when the individual is available for work but is temporarily unemployed (1) Protection is limited in amount and duration (2) Payable through state unemployment of ces (3) Unemployment compensation is taxable and reported by a taxpayer on Form 1099-G 6 Dependents with special needs A The special needs are typically those that help support and educate a child with serious physical, emotional, and/or cognitive problems B Special needs trusts can preserve state-provided bene ts that would be prohibitively expensive otherwise
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