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At What Cost?: Annuities, Cryptocurrency, and 401(k) Plans

For many people, their 401or 403(b) accounts are their primary retirement savings. So, it’s only natural that they want their 401(k) or 403(b) plan to offer investment options that are truly in their best interests and their beneficiaries’ best interest. … Continue reading

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Cost-Efficiency and Common Sense: Simple Factors in Improving the Accumulation and Preservation of Wealth

Section 7 of the Uniform Prudent Investors Act (UPIA) states that “[w]asting beneficiaries’ money is imprudent.” While the UPIA is directed at trustees and the management of trust assets, common sense tells you that the warning is equally applicable to … Continue reading

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