The differences between estate and retirement planning

So what, if anything, is the difference between retirement planning and estate planning? Short answer:

A lot!

That’s according to Washington area attorney Tom O’Rourke who joins host Mike Causey today on  “Your Turn”.

O’Rourke is a former fed (with the IRS) who specializes in estate law and he knows the CSRS Offset and FERS retirement programs, and how Long Term Care insurance works.

So what, if anything, is the difference between retirement planning and estate planning? Short answer:

A lot!

That’s according to Washington area attorney Tom O’Rourke who joins host Mike Causey today on  Your Turn”.

O’Rourke is a former fed (with the IRS) who specializes in estate law and he knows the CSRS Offset and FERS retirement programs, and how Long Term Care insurance works.

While most feds don’t think of themselves as having “estates”, O’Rourke says that many — especially those in the Washington area — do have substantial estates.

He will discuss the differences and similarities between  estate planning and retirement planning, and when you should start doing both.

You can hear the show at  10 a.m. EST, at www.federalnewsradio.com. Or if you prefer real, old-fashioned radio and are in the D.C. area you can listen t 1500 AM.  You can also dial 712-432-5393 during the show to listen live from any phone. If you have questions, you can send them to Mike before showtime at: mcausey@federalnewsradio.com. Or you can call in during the show 202-465-3080.