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Your Weekly Economic Update by John Jastremski

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  WEEKLY ECONOMIC UPDATE

WEEKLY QUOTE

“Never get angry. Never make a threat. Reason with people.”

     

- Mario Puzo

      

   

WEEKLY TIP

The SSA isn’t mailing paper statements any longer, so it is wise to create a My Social Security account at ssa.gov to track your future benefits and guard against errors. 1,376 more words

Age Penalties

Not making a move may not be the best move to make. Stop Having Money Paralysis. By John Jastremski

Stop Having Money Paralysis

Not making a move may not be the best move to make.      

A decision not made may have financial consequences. There is an old belief that women are more cautious about money than men, and whether you believe that or not, both women and men may fall prey to a kind of money paralysis as they age – in which financial indecision is regarded as a form of “safety.” 1,101 more words

Age Penalties

A Caregiver's Financial Responsibilities. Key questions for you & your family to consider. By John Jastremski

A Caregiver’s Financial Responsibilities

Key questions for you & your family to consider.

A labor of love may come to involve money issues. Providing eldercare to a parent, grandparent or relative is one of the noblest things you can do. 1,681 more words

Age Penalties

Politics aside, how could coverage improve for you & your loved ones?

Taking Advantage of the Provisions of Health Care Reform

Politics aside, how could coverage improve for you & your loved ones?

 Health care reform has many fans and many detractors. 1,180 more words

Financial Planning

Bearish Thoughts Persist in a Bull Market Are memories of the downturn hurting the financial potential of boomers? By John Jastremski

Bearish Thoughts Persist in a Bull Market

Are memories of the downturn hurting the financial potential of boomers?

 

At the end of October, the S&P 500 was up 24.39% in the past 12 months.  1,122 more words

Age Penalties

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

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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