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Taking care of these retirement and estate-planning details is a gift that someday will make your family very grateful.
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Growing up, I lived with one of my grandmothers every summer, and during the winter, I lived down the street from the other. Both of them were huge influences in my life. My own children — because of death and distance — scarcely knew their grandparents — a hole in their lives that they probably
Estate planning is an important part of retirement planning. My mother-in-law died in January, and we’re still struggling with closing the estate. The holdup is her late husband’s life insurance policy. He died a couple of years before she fell ill, but she never claimed the proceeds of the policy — probably because it wasn’t
Gay couples who say “I do” in New York and the five other states that have legalized same-sex marriage should also quickly consider retirement planning, because the financial implications of a same-sex partnership are more complex than they are for conventional marriages. Anna Pfaehler, a CFP with Palisades Hudson Financial Group in Scarsdale, N.Y., offers