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IAA voices concerns about proposal for portable retirement investment accounts

By Amanda Maine, J.D. The Investment Adviser Association (IAA) weighed in on a proposal from Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va) and Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn) for a new approach on a universal and portable retirement savings account for Americans that have … Continue reading

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How to Control Your Retirement Accounts after Your Death

More and more people own retirement accounts that are connected in some way to IRAs.  It’s also true that nearly half of the married people in the country used to be married to someone else.  If you have kids from … Continue reading

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Retirement Accounts & Divorce: Lerbakken Opinion Puts Accounts at Risk

The 8th Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel has issued a new opinion that is really causing a lot of anxiety and uncertainty about the exemption status in bankruptcy cases of retirement accounts awarded to debtors during a divorce case. If a … Continue reading

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How to Delete Online Accounts You No Longer Need

Consumer Reports – Having too many digital accounts raises your risk of data being misused or stolen. Here’s how to clean house. By Thomas Germain. December 27, 2018 [h/t Pete Weiss] “Deleting online accounts is one of the best ways … Continue reading

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Some accounts of what should come after the FIRST STEP Act

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