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I Want Mine, but When? Social Security Claiming

Just when should you start claiming Social Security? The easy answer is to postpone claiming as long as possible. If you delay until after your full retirement

I Want Mine - Social Security Simplified

I have this love/hate relationship with social media. In late April, when The 2019 Social Security and Medicare Trustees Reports were published, the key

Financial Fitness: Setting SMART Goals

This article was originally published in Wedgewood Life magazine and is reprinted with their permission. Happy New Year! As the calendar flips and a New

Financial Fitness

This article was originally published in Wedgewood Life magazine and is reprinted with their permission. It can be hard to differentiate between financial

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Financial Fitness - Are my personal finances on the right track?

This article was originally published in Wedgewood Life magazine and is reprinted with their permission. This is a frequently asked question by my clients

Year-End Giving from IRAs: Traps to Avoid

The holiday season is a time of giving and reflection. Charitable contributions are a time-honored way of achieving one’s philanthropic goals while

The Changing Landscape of Qualified Retirement Plans

Plan Sponsors continue to be faced with the pressure of overseeing a “successful” retirement plan for participants and beneficiaries. How “successful”

Administrative Expenses for Trusts and Estates Will Remain Deductible

The Internal Revenue Service (the “IRS”) has announced in Notice 2018-61 (the “Notice”) that it plans to issue regulations clarifying

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Aretha Franklin Left no Will - What Happens Next?

On August 16, 2018, a saddened world mourned the passing of legendary vocalist and songwriter Aretha Franklin. Known affectionately to her fans as the

How Tax Reform Will Make Divorce More Expensive

Divorcing couples are not likely to be found on the list of taxpayers who are happy with the sweeping changes effected by The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the

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