"I have chosen to include THP in my estate planning for two main reasons. First, with 30 years of continuous support, I wish to see THP as a beneficiary of part of my estate. In addition, since I may not be able to invest as much as I would like during my lifetime, this is a method to ensure that my plans are completed after I leave this earthly space (at least in the form I am now in)."
—Bill Kantrowitz, Boca Raton, Florida. Financial advisor, father and grandfather. THP investor since 1979.
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