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Last Updated on February 26, 2023 For people who donate to charity, qualified charitable distributions (QCDs) are powerful giving tools.  QCDs can

Last Updated on March 17, 2023 Losing a spouse and experiencing the accompanying grief is heartbreaking. Life changes overnight.  What was once

Last Updated on November 9, 2022 Don’t be the person who finds out in 2023 that they paid the IRS too much

“The Dow dropped 1,000 points!”, screams the television financial reporter. So, what?  I don’t know why financial reporters, analysts, and the financial

While people create trusts during their life, estate plans often include the creation of trusts at death. Knowing who you will put

In the financial planning world, annuities can feel like a dirty word.  They are an extremely polarizing topic. Some people shout from

Last Updated on October 25, 2022 One of the common questions I receive from people approaching retirement or people in retirement is,

Let’s talk about the impact of caregiving – notably, the negative effects of caregiving.  I’ll spend a little time talking about the

It’s that time of year where you should start to receive your Medicare “Plan Annual Notice of Changes” (ANOC). It usually arrives

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