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Trusts from A to Z

Many folks assume that trust funds are only for the rich, however, people in all types of economic circumstances may see a benefit from them. A trust fund is a special legal arrangement that lets a benefactor arrange for certain…
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Bonehead Mistakes Retirees Need to Avoid

With the excitement of retirement, money can be the last thing you would have on your mind. However, if you have a careless approach to your money, you can be headed for financial pain. Starts at 60 recently published an…
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Create Your IRA Exit Plan

IRAs, 401(k)s, 403(b)s and other qualified accounts are popular tools for building a retirement nest egg. But after investing and saving with one of these plans for the last 30 years, as retirement nears you may ask yourself, "What should…
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Accumulating Income in the Decumulation Phase of Life: Retirement

Retirement is often called the “decumulation” phase, when retirees are steadily spending down their assets. However, many retireesare not only leaving their nest eggs intact but are also saving a large part of their income. Recent studies say that they’re…
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Old School Traditional IRA versus New School Roth

Money Magazine says that the generation gap has a new frontier: IRAs. The article, “Why Older Americans Should Get Hip to the Roth IRA,” says that the older you are, the more likely you are to favor a traditional IRA…
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An IRA Trust Might Be Preferred Over Naming Individuals or a Revocable Living Trusts as the IRAs Beneficiaries

If you maxed out your work 401(k) by taking advantage of matching funds and rolled this to an IRA when you retired, you might not need all of that money—especially if you are a spouse with a pension and Social…
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