This Week’s Podcast: Essential Estate Planning Questions and Answers with Rob Aeschbach

by Hank Coleman

You need to have a last will and testamentThis week on “Your Money Your Choices”, the Money Q&A podcast, we talk to Rob Aeschbach who is a veteran, financial planner, and personal finance blogger who is passionate about helping people take control of their finances. He’s the publisher and lead writer of the personal finance blog, RobAeschbach.com. In the podcast, Rob talks about why everyone needs an estate plan, the essential tools that you need, and helps to answer your estate planning questions.

Over half of all young parents in America do not have a last will and testament. They often think they do not need an estate plan, that it is too expensive, or that they just want to hide their heads in the sand and pretend they aren’t going to die. Baby Boomers are even worse about estate planning with over 40% of the generation neglecting to even have a will. A will, of course, is just one critical tool in an overall estate plan that everyone should have. There are other tools you need as well in your estate plan.

Join us as we talk to Rob Aeschbach, who is a financial blogger and financial planner who is the publisher of the popular website, RobAeschbach.com. Rob is a former Marine and a no nonsense financial planner who gives it to you straight. You won’t want to miss this great conversation about how everyone should have a will and the other critical pieces of a basic estate plan.

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Additionally, I interview Cyril Moutran, who is the lead creator and founder of Feedly. Feedly allows you to organize your favorite blogs, news sites, podcasts, YouTube channels, and more in an RSS Reader. You can access all of those items in one place through your web browser, smartphone, iPad, and more. Many people do not realize that Google Reader is ending this summer. Google is shutting down the Google Reader on July 1st, 2013. With Feedly, you can migrate your Google Reader account and continue reading the blogs you love to follow with this great RSS reader. You won’t want to miss my interview in this episode with Cyril Moutran about all of the incredible features of Feedly.

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About Hank Coleman

Hank Coleman is the founder of Money Q&A, an Iraq combat veteran, a Dr. Pepper addict, and a self-proclaimed investing junkie. He has written extensively for many nationally known financial websites and publications. Hank holds a Master’s Degree in Finance and a graduate certificate in personal financial planning. Email him directly at Hank[at]MoneyQandA.com.


Hank Coleman has written 577 articles on Money Q&A. Learn more about Money Q&A on Twitter @MoneyQandA and @HankColeman.


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Evan Guthrie

Good information about the need and importance of estate planning that should motivate everyone to take action.

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STEVEN J. FROMM, ATTORNEY, LL.M. (TAXATION)

You are providing a great service in getting the message out. Estate planning is vital and its is as you mention a very overlooked but essential procedure for everyone. In my practice, I see the results where people fail to have an estate plan. The irony is that the family ends up spending much more in legal fees and lost time where no planning was done and most importantly, where the attorney was in over his head. Readers need to get with an estates/tax attorney who does estate planning regularly and often. There is no substitute for experience and consistent involvement in these matters.

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