The importance of being well-informed

There’s no substitute for being better informed, unless you want to leave your financial well-being totally up to third parties. While professionals are important, your’re far better off knowing as much as you can about a before turning your affairs over to someone else, and it’s even more critical if you’re taking the “self-help” route. Elliot Raphaelson, in a post  on www.heraldtribune.com, provides some suggested information sources that can help you get a better understanding of the two most-important senior programs–Social Security and Medicare. Read his article here…

 

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