Monthly Archives: September 2015

IRS App Offers Payment Options

WASHINGTON, D.C. (SEPTEMBER 16, 2015) BY JEFF STIMPSON The IRS2Go app can now be used to make payments, as well as check refund status and receive tax tips. IRS2Go Version 5.2 now provides access to mobile-friendly payment options such as … Continue reading

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FAFSA Changes for 2017–18

 On Sept. 14, 2015, President Obama announced significant changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) process that will impact millions of students. Starting next year, students will be able to do the following: Submit a FAFSA® Earlier:  … Continue reading

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The Cost of Waiting

The Cost of Waiting to purchase long-term care insurance The best time to buy a long-term care insurance policy is the day before you need it. Unfortunately, no one knows when that day will come. The need for long-term care services … Continue reading

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How to Get Medicare Surcharges Waived

Copyright © 2014 AARP. All rights reserved. A lot can happen in the two years that pass between the year on which your income is assessed and the year in which surcharges are applied. For example, in the former (call … Continue reading

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Health coverage for college students

Now that school’s back in session, don’t forget about putting one of the most important things on your college must-have list: health coverage. Getting health coverage may be easier and cheaper than you think. College student have several options: Health … Continue reading

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College Funding: Life Insurance vs. 529 Plans

MAY 07, 2008 | BY ROCCY DEFRANCESCO Paying for a child’s or a grandchild’s college education has become increasingly difficult as the costs of college continue to increase. I am amazed at what it costs to attend college now. Today, Section 529 plans … Continue reading

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Just Another Reason to Check Your Beneficiary Forms

By Beverly Deveny, IRA Technical Expert Follow Me on Twitter: @BevIRAEdSlott We are all going to die someday. That is pretty much guaranteed. What is not guaranteed is who is going to inherit our “stuff?” We can use a will, … Continue reading

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