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Should You Put Your Home Into a Trust? The arguments for & against this estate planning decision.

The arguments for & against this estate planning decision.

 Uncommon, or uncommonly wise? Occasionally, a couple or a family will elect to put their home into a revocable living trust, a charitable remainder trust (CRT) or a qualified personal residence trust (QPRT). 1,290 more words

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Should You Put Your Home Into a Trust? The arguments for & against this estate planning decision.

 Uncommon, or uncommonly wise? Occasionally, a couple or a family will elect to put their home into a revocable living trust, a charitable remainder trust (CRT) or a qualified personal residence trust (QPRT). 1,291 more words

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Should You Put Your Home Into a Trust?

Uncommon, or uncommonly wise? Occasionally, a couple or a family will elect to put their home into a revocable living trust, a charitable remainder trust (CRT) or a qualified personal residence trust (QPRT). 1,291 more words

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Dear John: Take this bitcoin of advice | New York Post

Dear John: Take this bitcoin of advice

By John CrudeleJuly 19, 2014 | 6:39pm

JOHN CRUDELE

Dear John: Where can I go to learn about bitcoins? 891 more words

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2 Tax Pitfalls of Mutual Funds

Investing in mutual funds is an easy way to diversify a portfolio, which is one reason why they’re commonly found in retirement plans such as IRAs and 401(k)s. 149 more words

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Retirement accounts hold record balances

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The recent stock run-up is doing wonders for retirement savings.

The average balance in a Fidelity Individual Retirement Account (IRA) rose 15% on an annual basis in the second quarter to $92,600 — an all-time high. 103 more words

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Know Your Money: What to Do With Your Old 401(k)

Congrats on landing that new job! Or maybe you’ve “moved on to other opportunities.” One thing you need to consider: what to do with your old 401(k). 444 more words

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