So, assuming you do have a traditional IRA and a 401(k) or similar plan, what should you do with the RMDs? You'll probably require at least some of these distributions for your living expenses, but if you don't need it all, what should you do with the "excess"?
Mayor Richard Alcombright thanked Montepare for helping so many families in the city, including his own.
"You've been a tremendous friend not only to me but to everyone who's come in contact with you," he said. "You always find the right thing to do and the right way to do it."
Montepare, who retired a few months ago but stayed on as a part-time interim was attending his final School Committee meeting. His replacement, Barbara Malkas, begins on July 1.
One sure sign that winter is coming has been for decades the spiraling line of vehicles leading to the doors of Mister Tire
No more. After more than 40 years, Larry Davis is cleaning his hands of the tire business.
Davis confirmed on Tuesday that Mister Tire will be closing its doors on June 4
Of course, while nurses and doctors can help you in many ways, you can do a lot of good for yourself by adopting healthy living habits, such as eating right, exercising frequently, and so on. But you can also do much to help your financial health.
Longtime library employee Robin Martin intends to retire in early May, and library officials say they'll feel her absence keenly.
Not only are they losing an experienced employee of 30 years, but her departure as adult reference services librarian may lead to a cascade of staffing issues.
To help determine if a “gap” exists between the amount of insurance you have from your employer and the amount you need, your first step is to identify all those expenses that your family would face alone if you were gone.