Oklahoma military veterans have access to a lot of benefits, some of which are available through the many programs the Department of Veterans' Affairs administers. One of these programs involves a pension plan for which disabled vets or veterans over the age of 65 can qualify. This pension program is separate from the program the Department uses to compensate veterans who get disabled while in the service.
Purchasing a home is one of the most important decisions that you will make. It is a complicated process, and if you are not cautious and careful, you may find that you suffer serious financial implications. When making such an important decision with potentially long-reaching consequences, you would benefit from having experience on your side.
A previous post on this blog discussed how young adult Millennials should consider creating an estate plan even if they do not feel like they need one because they have not built up a lot of wealth at this point in their lives. As that post explained though, there are still a lot of estate planning tools and services that could be of great benefit to them.
While young adults have long been associated with frivolous spending and a tendency to ignore the state of their general finances, today's generation of 20- and 30-year-olds -- otherwise known as millennials -- are breaking the mold.
When Oklahomans hear of "probate," they may immediately think of a big fight involving a loved one's will. While the term "probate" has a bad connotation for some, the term actually refers to the legal process that most estates, will or no will, have to go through before property can get legally transferred to a deceased person's heirs.
Two real estate investors have purchased a major Oklahoma City outlet mall from the mall's developers to the tune of $130 million. The developers indicated they sold so that they could invest in developing other projects in other parts of the country.