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We invite you to check out the new issue of Eye On Money! Inside are articles on:

  • How to save for retirement if you don’t have a retirement plan at work. No retirement plan at work? No problem. These tips can help you open your own accounts and begin saving in no time flat.
  • How to transfer assets without a will and probate. Learn about alternatives to a will that can help you minimize the part of your estate that will be subject to probate.
  • How to avoid a tax penalty on early distributions from your retirement accounts. Do not miss this article if you plan to retire early or need to withdraw cash for certain expenses.
  • The potential pitfalls of a joint account. Learn why a joint account may not always be your best option.
  • Where to find college scholarships. If someone in your family is headed to college, check out this article about where to find scholarships.

Also in this issue, you can learn about U.S. Treasury floating rate notes, see which types of volunteer expenses are tax deductible, vicariously cruise the Alaskan coast, unearth a few flower festivals you may not have heard of before, and see how much you know about music from the 1980s.  Please let us know if you have questions about anything in Eye On Money.