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Like everyone, you’d like to enjoy a long, healthy, independent life. But the future is unknowable, so it’s a good idea to prepare for a variety of outcomes – including the possible need for long-term care. 

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If you’re a grandparent, you don’t need Grandparents Day to remind you of the joys of having grandchildren. Yet, you might want to use this day as an opportunity to think about ways to help provide for your grandchildren’s future.

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If you’ve had an IRA and a 401(k) for many years, you may occasionally ask yourself some questions: “Am I contributing enough?” “Am I still funding these accounts with the right mix of investments for my goals and risk tolerance?” But here’s one inquiry you might be overlooking: “Have I used…

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What’s the biggest financial mistake you can make? Choosing the wrong investments? Waiting too long to save for retirement? Underestimating the costs of retirement? All these are reasonable answers, but the biggest mistake you might make is not looking at your financial picture holistically …

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As you know, President Biden has signed into law the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to provide more economic relief from the COVID-19 pandemic. What elements of this legislation will affect you?

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If you’re a brand-new parent, or even if you’ve been one for a little while, you’re no doubt filled with the many joys your child brings you. But as caught up as you are with the feelings and experiences of today, you also need to think about the future – specifically, the financial issues t…

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Now that we’re a few weeks removed from 2020, it’s a good time to reflect on such a momentous year. We can think about developments in the social and political spheres, but we also learned – or perhaps re-learned – some valuable lessons about investing.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have been forced to work from home. But once we’ve moved past the virus, many workers may continue working from home. More than one-third of companies with employees who started working from home now think that remote work will stay more common post-p…

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We’re nearing the end of 2020 – and for many of us, it will be a relief to turn the calendar page on this challenging year. However, we’ve still got a few weeks left, which means you have time to make some year-end financial moves that may work in your favor.

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The lobby of Fitness Unlimited at 364 Granite Ave., East Milton, holds an array of bottled disinfectant.

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A generation or so ago, people didn’t just retire from work – many of them also withdrew from a whole range of social and communal activities. But now, it’s different: The large Baby Boom cohort, and no doubt future ones, are insisting on an active lifestyle and continued involvement in thei…

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Like most people, you probably have many financial goals: a comfortable retirement, long vacations, college for your children or grandchildren, the ability to leave something behind for the next generation, and so on. To achieve these various goals, you may have to follow different investmen…

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Allison Barnes, founder of Massachusetts-based fitness club R3BILT, announced recently that they have partnered with two-time Olympic figure skating medalist and sports icon Nancy Kerrigan as a spokesperson and brand ambassador.

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It’s unfortunate, but true: During this period of economic uncertainty, one of the busiest “industries” has been financial scamming. But it goes on even during normal times, too, so you’ll want to know what to look for, and how to defend yourself.

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You contribute to an IRA and 401(k) to help build the financial resources you’ll need to enjoy a comfortable retirement. But despite these funds being set aside for retirement, many investors use them before they retire. More than half of Americans tap into their retirement savings early, ac…

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About a decade ago Tyler Dewhirst submitted a few cartoons to the Milton Times. He was a student at Pierce Middle School at the time but the level of his artwork was professional even then.

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When it came to finding a community where they could raise their daughter and find the quality of life they wanted, real estate experts Dawn Beckman and Brian Hurley chose Milton.

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DOVE, which stands for Domestic Violence Ended, opened an office in Quincy Square recently. The new office space is in a safe and secure location.

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Marie O'Riordan Kelly knows the value of a comfortable pair of shoes. That's because she has been introducing herself to the residents in town.

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Milton, MA- The Milton version of the popular board game Monopoly will be available in the fall.  The game will be sold through Milton High School and Pierce Middle School.