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Marianne D. Fishler: Study all of your options for long-term care

A friend of mine recently moved his elderly mother into an assisted living facility. It was a difficult decision for the family to make, but a necessary one given the human and financial resources required for her to continue to ...

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Gary S. Williams: As you get older, managing money gets more complex

As Americans live longer, the task of managing money after retirement gets more complex. A retiree in his or her mid-60s typically has a different risk profile than an individual approaching 90. It may be helpful to look at various ...

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Roche unhappy with his pension commission’s report

ANNAPOLIS — The special state pensions commission has wrapped up its work, recommending more possible changes in public employee retirement benefits. These included shifting half the cost of teacher pensions to local school systems and asking the attorney general to ...

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