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Top Canadian Stocks To Buy For 2019

How Trump’s Tax Act Could Affect Annuity Issuers

IRS Postpones 1095 Delivery Deadline

Voya to Exit Most of Its Annuity Business

A team at the Society of Actuaries has posted a major report on how new life insurance policies really are made.

Members of the Improving the New Business Process Survey Subcommittee, part of the SOA’s Committee on Insurance Mortality....More>>>

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Many retirees count on their monthly Social Security checks to make ends meet. Depending on total income, some people may need to pay federal income taxes on those retirement benefits. Retirees in 13 states may also need to pay state income taxes on Social Security. Avoiding these states can trim your tax bill in retirement.

SEE ALSO: 10 Worst States for Taxes on Retirees
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Jimmy Buffett has restaurants, a line of beer, adventure vacations, casinos, clothing, resorts, radio and television assets as well as salad dressings, margarita salt and spicy frozen shrimp. Up next? Retirement communities.

It was just a matter of time until the man who built an empire on Margaritaville, a song about drinking too much and bumming around in a beach town, would figure out....More>>>

Top Canadian Stocks To Buy For 2019

For the second time in two days, Western Digital (NASDAQ:WDC) is winning buy ratings on Wall Street.

As confirmed by TheFly.com, analysts at Chicago-basedinvestment banker Guggenheim initiated coverage of Western Digital with a buy rating and a $100 price target, calling the stock their “best idea in IT Hardware & Mobility.” This morning, we’re hearing Canadian banker....More>>>

Top 5 Canadian Stocks To Buy For 2018

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This week was a rough week for cannabis stocks, but especially the Canadian licensed producers (LPs), of which there are currently 28 publicly-traded companies,....More>>>