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Oct
13

Five Steps To Survive The Holidays Without A Financial Hangover

October 13, 2016
t’s only October, but you and I both know that’s the beginning of the most dangerous time of year for your household’s finances. Between Halloween, Thanksgiving, Chanukah and Christmas it is hard to land in January without a really bad financial hangover from overspending on gifts, or buying a new outfit or two for holiday parties, to say nothing of the tab for some extra holiday nights out.
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Oct
06

Social Security Sends Another Lesson On Why Delaying Is So Important

October 06, 2016
Before the end of October, Social Security will announce the annual Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) retirement beneficiaries will get for 2017. Or rather, what they won’t get. Because of the way the COLA is calculated the inflation adjustment is expected to be around 0.2%. Sadly, 0.2% will be better than the 2016 COLA: Zero.
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Sep
29

Take Interest In Shoring Up Your Finances Now

September 29, 2016
It's human nature to think that making money entails investing in the stock market, bond market or real estate. But another important way to boost your net worth is to pay down your debts.
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Sep
23

How to Deal with a Rate Increase on Your Long-Term Care Insurance Policy

September 23, 2016
Many of you are asking me what to do when you receive a rate increase on your long-term care insurance policy. You know my advice for years has been to not buy long-term care insurance unless you can afford a 50% rate increase in your lifetime. I never thought I would be discussing a 126% rate increase which is how much some Federal LTC Insurance Program (FLTCIP) policyholders are facing, with an average of 83%. The Federal program policyholders have to make a decision by September 30th so that’s why I’m writing this blog now.
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Sep
22

How to Wring More From Your 401(K)

September 22, 2016
You may have heard or read recently about some high profile retirement plan sponsors being sued by plan participants for high fees in the plan. Financial service firms-yep, folks who run mutual funds-have been hit with lawsuits, as have the plans run by MIT, NYU and Yale.
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