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By Tom Kennedy, CFP®: It’s frightening to think that on the dark web, a child’s social security number is worth more than an adult’s number, because it is a clean slate without any history. Parents do not regularly think about protecting that number, because it’s usually locked away tight until the child turns of age.Read more
Presented by Kris Maksimovich, AIF®, CRPC®: “What’s yours is mine and what’s mine is yours” is a typical mantra of married couples. But when it comes to debt, that saying can be scary. Fortunately, the general rule is that spouses are not responsible for each other’s debts (in the legal sense, of course). Therefore, whenRead more
Presented by Dean Elliott: In the past week, we’ve had some good news. To start, there has been continued and even accelerated progress with the pandemic, and it looks like we could be approaching “phase 2.” Plus, the economy has started to reopen, resulting in some positive effects. But the news for the financial marketsRead more