In the fourth part of our Life and Estate Planning series, Donna Mahoney a Senior Manager in our Tax team, discusses the importance of having Power of Attorneys (PoA) as part of planning for your estate once you have passed.
- what PoA are,
- what does a PoA do,
- when you should appoint your PoA
- the difference between financial and health PoA, and
- the importance of having an appropriate PoA whom you trust.
In our previous video, we discussed Wills for business owners.
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