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Money and finance
Under federal law, cost-of-living adjustments for VA’s compensation and pension must match those for Social Security benefits.
Citing the need to expand A1A Wealth Management’s financial services program while maintaining personal touch, Mark Dennis becomes part of Jacksonville’s River Capital Advisors.
Valuation methods can speed up the decision making process for investors. Depending on individual approaches, ratios determine action.
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REITs allow individuals to invest in large-scale, income-producing real estate. REIT performance has varied historically with a total annualized return of 11.78% over the past 10 years, and a 19.70% return in 2012!
Being a beneficiary in a trust is usually a comforting event financially, albeit not always without complications or consequences
With divorces over 50 on the rise, know about the 9 community property states because their laws divide all assets equally, no matter who brought them in or inherited them.
The purchase of a family home represents a typical investment in real estate for most Americans, but one that rarely generates income.
Your Social Security monthly payment is based on your earnings history and the age at which you begin collecting compared with your “normal retirement age.”
Property Appraiser’s Office will begin accepting applications in Nassau County the first of the year.
Wall Street players itching on a large stack of “hot money” are buying up everything that can be converted into a massive rental REIT structure.
32 months after the initial date, the new $100 note will supposedly go into circulation on Oct.8
Not everyone is a tight as Warren Buffett when it comes to transferring wealth to your offspring. Here is advice on how to gift assets smoothly.
After being told for years that Social Security is “going broke,” boomers are realizing it will soon be their turn to collect.