Sunday, December 8, 2013

Useful site for Social Security information

One of the very useful sources of information on the web is well-hidden. Larry Kotlikoff is Professor of Economics at Boston University and is the author of Ask Larry, a weekly column posted at the PBS web site. The column, posted somewhat irregularly, answers questions from readers and viewers on some of the finer points of social security benefits. Highly recommended, although a caveat is warranted. The advice that is given does have occasional inaccuracies, so it should be double-checked with the Social Security Administration's own web site.

IRAs from a different perspective

It is not always necessary to accept the oddball ways that Congress and the IRS do things. At our 906LawTech page, we provide an alternative...