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10/23/2019

Listen and Learn: Estate Planning Advice on Public Radio

By Rachel Chesser, Director of Planned Giving

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As part of the ETV Endowment’s commemoration of National Estate Planning Awareness Week 2019, we are providing resources to help you work on your personal plans. South Carolina Public Radio and NPR are great sources of information on why you need an estate plan, how you can get started planning and personal stories of what can happen if such plans aren’t put into place. Click the links below to listen.

Discussing Death and Taxes with Your Family

Why You Need a Will

ProPublica Report: Black Americans Lose Big Under Longtime Property Provision

Most Americans Don't Have a Plan for Their Estate After They Die

Learning the Importance of Estate Planning the Hard Way

From Grief Comes a Mission to Make Estate Planning Less Daunting

“Sandwich Generation” Must Make Tough Choices

FREE Estate Planning Guide

Please contact us to request your free copy of the Personal Estate Planning Guide. The guide will assist you with knowing what information is important to document and is a resource you can file and share legal or financial advisor.

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For more information, please contact:
Rachel Chesser
Director of Planned Giving
ETV Endowment
rchesser@etvendowment.org
(877) 253-2092

The planned gift information presented on our site is intended to provide you with an overview of giving options. You can choose the giving option, or even a combination of gifts, that best suits you and your family’s needs. As you take steps to create your personal legacy, we recommend that you consult your attorney or financial advisor.