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If You Inherited an IRA Recently, You Could Be in for a Mess

Apr 21, 2022
New IRS regulations are changing the way inherited IRAs operate for tax purposes–and Steve Parrish, Co-Director of the American Colle
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Five Ways to Manage the Longevity Risk in Retirement

Apr 19, 2022

With today’s better medical care resulting in longer lifespans, many advisors and clients are being forced to think more about what could happen if they outlive the money they’ve saved up for retirement.

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6 Roadblocks Holding Advisors, Clients Back From Annuities

Apr 15, 2022

In a recent webcast from The American College of Financial Services, a panel of retirement experts including RICP® Progra

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Retirees, This Is What It Takes to Be Your Own Insurer

Apr 12, 2022

With growing numbers of Americans needing long-term health care as part of their retirement years and the costs of that care continuing to climb, it’s more important than ever to have conversations with clients about what their plan may be to cover these expenses.

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The New Tax Playbook for Draining Your 401(k) in Retirement

Apr 04, 2022

The rules of the road regarding required minimum distributions (RMDs) from retirement accounts could be changing once again.

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Reverse Mortgages Are No Longer Just for Homeowners Short on Cash

Apr 01, 2022

Many financial experts have long seen reverse mortgages as simply a way for homeowners short on money to make up for it–but they’re becoming an ever-bigger piece of potential retirement planning today. However, this still doesn’t mean they’re meant for everyone.

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