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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Tuesday Evening 5-23-18  
Spectra   IRAQI DINAR EXCHANGE RATES (MAY 23) SULAIMANI — The US dollar to Iraqi dinar (IQD) exchange rate remained down in the Kurdistan Region’s currency markets on Wednesday (May 23).
Broker Dana Mawlud told NRT that $100 was selling at 120,100 Iraqi dinars, 150 IQD lower than the previous day.
Doug_W   Spectra that is about 12 Cents
futuremoney   instead of floating..its sinking
Spectra @HaiderAlAbadi    PM Al-Abadi receives a delegation from the KDP …Translate Tweet
Zig   Just sent an e-mail to Vic (Gatekeepers)....if he replies I will post it....he is a member here but rarely comes....has not done a call in a long time....

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6 costly estate-planning minefields, and how to avoid them 

Over the years many celebrities have provided cautionary estate-planning lessons, and actor James Gandolfini, who died in June 2013 at age 51, is no exception. The actor, known for portraying mob boss Tony Soprano, left a portion of his estate, widely estimated at $70 million, to relatives and friends through his will, which became public and was criticized as being badly constructed.

For one thing, it exposed some of his wealth to probate, the time-consuming and potentially costly process a legal court takes to administer financial affairs. In addition, his estate could owe millions of dollars in federal estate tax alone.

At least Gandolfini had an estate plan; fewer and fewer Americans do. In 1998, 61 percent of Americans 55 and older had a will or trust. In 2012, only about 54 percent did, says a study by Texas Tech University.

Failing to take action or making the wrong moves can be costly for you and your heirs. Here are six blunders experts told us they see most often, and what to do instead: