With all the attention given to the latest Social Security COLA, we’ve been getting lots of questions. Among the questions is about the alleged "donut hole" for Social Security inflation adjustments for individuals 60 and 61 years of age.
Some in this cohort are upset that they may be missing out on significant benefits increases during this high inflation period. This is based on the observation that if all wages are indexed through age 59, and the COLAs don’t start until 62, there are two years of no inflation. Is this really how it works?
Do annuities deserve the bad publicity they receive? Today we'll do a crash course on the different types of annuities and talk about when one may be right for you.
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A trust is a legal entity, just like a corporation or an individual person. All trusts will have an exchange of property and three categories of people: the people who create it, called the grantors, or the settlers, or the trust-makers the people in charge of the trust, usually called the trustees the beneficiaries: the people who get the benefit of the trust Devin and John go over the different types of trusts and when to use them.