GYST is now Cake!

We’re thrilled to announce GYST was acquired by an end-of-life planning website called Cake. Soon, all visits to GYST.com will be re-directed to joincake.com. Visit Cake today to get a personalized checklist and a secure place to create, store, and share all your end-of-life documents. It’s free!

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GYST is now Cake!

We’re thrilled to announce GYST was acquired by an end-of-life planning website called Cake. Soon, all visits to GYST.com will be re-directed to joincake.com. Visit Cake today to get a personalized checklist and a secure place to create, store, and share all your end-of-life documents. It’s free!

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Learn About Living & Revocable Trusts

Categories: Tony Robbins, Trust, Revocable Trust, Living Trust, Money

A living trust is a legal document listing all of your assets and beneficiaries, similar to a will, and places them into a trust while you are still living. At the time of your death, those assets are transferred to your listed beneficiaries. The biggest advantage to a "living trust," is that it will eliminate any probate proceedings. It does not have any impact on estate or inheritance taxes.