Monthly Archives: February 2016

Kerri Anne Renzulli | Time.com | February 19, 2016 Too many funds, too little clarity, and too high fees. This is the first of an occasional series of articles looking at the presidential candidates’ own finances. It was published the...
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February 1, 2016|Donald Jay Korn, Financial Planning Magazine Not so long ago, Terry Prather was advising clients to submit restricted applications for Social Security retirement benefits. Similarly, Timothy Hayes was explaining the file-and-suspend plan to his clients. However, the federal...
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Jan  27, 2016|Barbara Marquand, Forbes The question of whether to buy life insurance for children sparks strong debate about the value of such policies. Life insurance for children is often marketed to parents or grandparents as a way to save...
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