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In today's investment climate, investors seeking income are facing tough challenges. Considering that U.S. 10-year treasuries are yielding less than 1.5 percent and most money markets are less than 0
Most people have at least one individual retirement account, and for some, it is a significant asset. Each IRA has a beneficiary. This is true even if the IRA owner, or participant, does not name a b
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Exchange-traded products (ETPs) have dramatically increased in popularity over the past decade and become the focal point of many portfolios
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One tried-and-true gifting strategy that is enjoying resurgence in light of the new gift tax exemption and reduced real estate values is a Qualified Personal Residence Trust, or QPRT
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Many attorneys serve as trustees and trusted advisers, and are often private investors. As such, most attorneys should have a working knowledge of Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT), which is an investmen
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