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“The oldest old—people age 85 or older—constitute the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population… And living to 100 is becoming increasingly commonplace.” – National Institute of Aging, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services A large majority of you, our clients, are retired or within a few years of retirement.  Further, those who are nearing retirement are looking forward to 30+ years of retirement.  In other...

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A friend recently asked me whether she should open a Roth IRA or a Traditional IRA. In case these terms are unfamiliar to you, IRA stands for Individual Retirement Account—as opposed to a group or company-sponsored type such as a 401(k)—and comes in two main forms: Roth and Traditional. While the two types of retirement accounts have several minor differences, there’s one major difference between Roth IRAs and Traditional IRAs: tax...

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