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Long-Term Care Insurance

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Individuals often overlook the importance of having a plan in place that will prepare them for a potential loss of independency. While it is true that the elderly are most prone to a decline in the ability to perform the daily functions of life, the chances of any individual (regardless of age) requiring long-term care in their lifetime are higher than you might think. Continue reading “Long-Term Care Insurance”

Renters Under Pressure Globally

Renters

Attempting to make comparisons between the structures of countries’ housing markets is a difficult task. Numerous elements must be considered, such as geography, government policies, and demographics, while analysis can be further complicated by an overall shortage of comparable data throughout various countries. Continue reading “Renters Under Pressure Globally”

Condor Capital Management’s 2016/2017 Mid-Season Ski Industry Update

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Condor Capital Management’s 2016/2017 Mid-Season Ski Industry Update: A Strong Rebound in Weather Leaves Many Resorts Thankful

MARTINSVILLE, N.J. – (ACCESSWIRE) – March 13, 2017 – So far, most skiers and snowboarders can agree that the 2016/17 season has shaped up to be much better than last. Despite an unseasonably warm start to the season, many regions such as the Pacific Northwest have since experienced significant snow accumulation, bringing forth a solid number of visitors to the country’s major resorts. However, much like last season, the weather story has not been consistent across both coasts, which has many skiers on the East Coast wishing for next season already. Even so, healthy performance across the majority of resorts in the United States points to a strong finish for the ski industry, according to Ken Schapiro of Condor Capital Management.

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Dealing with the Fallout of Excess IRA Contributions

Contributions

Tax season is here and the deadline is quickly approaching. Scores of Americans are gathering their documents in preparation and accountants are working overtime to make sure that everything is in order for their filings. It is during this preparation that investors often find out that their IRAs have contribution limits and exceeding those limits can be a costly error.

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New Jersey Ranks High!…..For Property Taxes

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For yet another year, residents of New Jersey have been subject to among the highest property taxes in the nation. Data compiled by the NJ Department of County Affairs shows that property owners paid an average of $8,549 in property taxes for 2016, representing a 2.35% increase from the previous year. Continue reading “New Jersey Ranks High!…..For Property Taxes”

Tax Implications of Fully Repealing the ACA

ACA

One of many contentious political issues today, the future of healthcare in America has sparked debate across the country. As President Trump settles into office, it has become clear that changes are coming, whether in the form of smaller-scale adjustments to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or a full repeal and replacement of the law. Continue reading “Tax Implications of Fully Repealing the ACA”

Identity-Theft Insurance — Is It Worth It?

Theft

If you have paid attention to the news recently, chances are that you have seen at least one report that mentions a company’s data being breached by cyber hackers. While the possibility of a business being susceptible to such a threat is a serious concern, individuals should be equally wary of hackers aiming to steal their own identity. Continue reading “Identity-Theft Insurance — Is It Worth It?”

GDP: Faster Growth Than Meets the Eye?

GDP

When economists, journalists, and politicians talk about the strength or weakness of the national economy, they cite one main statistic: GDP. The metric, which stands for Gross Domestic Product, singlehandedly quantifies the output of national economies, guides the action of central banks, and acts as the universal benchmark for when economies officially enter and exit recessions. Continue reading “GDP: Faster Growth Than Meets the Eye?”

Leasing Versus Purchasing a Car — What to Do?

Car

Unless you live in an area flush with public transportation, chances are you will likely need to acquire a vehicle of your own multiple times throughout your life. Figuring out what car is the best-fit is never easy, as one must evaluate their financial situation, lifestyle, and well-being to ensure that the automobile will suit them for years to come. Continue reading “Leasing Versus Purchasing a Car — What to Do?”