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You Insure Your Car and Your Home – So How Can You Insure Your Financial Future?
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Whether you’re concerned about market risk, outliving your retirement savings, protecting your qualified plan, your final years or your loved ones – here are five ways to insure your financial future.
12 Questions Retirees Often Get Wrong About Taxes in Retirement
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You worked hard to build your retirement nest egg. But do you know how to minimize taxes on your savings?
33 States with No Estate Taxes or Inheritance Taxes
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Even with the federal exemption from death taxes raised, retirees should pay more attention to estate taxes and inheritance taxes levied by states.
10 Most Tax-Friendly States for Retirees
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If you want your retirement savings to last longer, consider moving to one of these states that impose the lowest taxes on retirees.
18 States With Scary Death Taxes
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Federal estate taxes are no longer a problem for all but the extremely wealthy, but several states have their own estate taxes and inheritance taxes that could still hit your heirs.
10 Least Tax-Friendly States for Retirees
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When it comes to state and local taxes, retirees in these states are likely to pay more than retirees in other states.
Taxes in Retirement: How All 50 States Tax Retirees
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We rated every state, plus Washington, D.C. on how retirees are taxed. We considered taxes on Social Security and other retirement income, tax exemptions for older residents, and the state's overall income, property and sales taxes.
A Guide to Estate Planning for Second Marriages
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Getting married for a second time following a divorce or the death of your first spouse can feel like a fresh start. But it’s important to consider how joining your life with someone else’s may impact your financial plan, including … Continue reading →

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Joint and Survivorship Insurance: What You Need to Know
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A joint insurance policy is one taken by two people, offering benefits that aren’t provided by single policies and allow you to save a few bucks in monthly premiums. If you’re married and want your spouse to receive a benefit if you die and your children to receive one if you both die, it seems […]

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How to Avoid Paying Taxes on a Savings Bond
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Savings bonds can be a safe way to save money for the long term while earning interest. You might use savings bonds to help pay for your child’s college, for example, or to set aside money for your grandchildren. Once … Continue reading →

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