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Investors concerned about putting money to work in a fully valued equity market might find comfort in these conservatively managed portfolios, says Morningstar's Russ Kinnel.
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InvestmentNews contributing editor Mary Beth Franklin explains how this filing strategy can benefit both couples and even single retirees.
Single-earner households, dual-income families, and same-sex couples can all benefit from these lucrative Social Security strategies for spouses, as outlined by retirement expert Mary Beth Franklin.
In Part 2 of a three-part interview, T. Rowe Price's Christine Fahlund discusses getting the most out of Social Security benefits as well as longevity and long-term care insurance.