How Do I Use a Charitable Remainder Trust with a Large IRA? Since the mid-1970s, saving in a tax-deferred employer-sponsored retirement plan has been a great way to save for retirement, while also deferring current income tax. Many workers put…
Right now, Pennsylvania doesn’t have a uniform background check process for people who work with older adults — but that could be changing.
After years of fighting with federal officials, Vietnam veterans suffering from bladder cancer, Parkinsonism or hypothyroidism would be granted presumptive benefits status under language included in the final version of the annual defense authorization bill unveiled Wednesday.
Defense health officials are encouraging the hundreds of thousands of military retirees who will have to start paying enrollment fees for their Tricare Select health care coverage as of Jan. 1 to take action now to set up their payment process.
Veterans receiving government benefits will see a cost-of-living boost in 2021, if Social Security officials approve one for their recipients later this year.
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2019 was a wild year in the market, but in the end the Dow ended up 23 percent year over year. The S&P 500 went up 29 percent over the year, and the Nasdaq climbed 36 percent. In fact, the market is up about 60 percent since Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. Those are some pretty impressive gains.
Changes could be coming to Florida’s system for overseeing the guardians of elderly who are no longer able to care for themselves, including beefing up monitoring and increasing penalties for those with valid complaints against them.
If you haven’t looked at your will or estate plan lately, now is a good time to do so.