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If you are widowed, you have some decisions to make when it comes to claiming social security benefits. You may be eligible to claim benefits based upon either your own earnings record or that of your deceased spouse. To qualify for survivor benefits, your deceased spouse must have been “fully insured” under social security regulationsRead more
By Kris Maksimovich, AIF®, CRPC®, CRC®: One of the largest financial planning misconceptions people hold is that having a will ensures their property will transfer quickly to their heirs. The truth is, whether you have a will or not, your assets will go through the probate process when you die. Probate can be a ratherRead more
Presented by Gerard Longo, AIFA®: A charitable remainder trust (CRT) is an irrevocable trust that allow donors (called grantors) to give money or property to charities while also retaining an income stream. The grantor, or someone of their choosing, can receive an income for a term of up to 20 years or for the lifeRead more