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Better weather and an earlier Easter enticed Americans to shell out for spring clothes in March, the fourth straight month of gains for retail sales. Certified Financial Planner, Art Stein, looks at other signs of a spring recovery.
Financial planners say that when it comes to the Thrift Savings Plan, its always useful to invest for the long-haul. That may be good advice for federal employees based on the performance of the TSP in January. Federal News Radio's Max Cacas has the latest edition of our new monthly feature, TSP Snapshot.
Want the answer to that question? Listen to what Mike Causey will be talking about tomorrow on the show.
If you're seeing an increase in your long term care insurance premiums, you're not alone. LTC expert and financial planner Arthur Stein explains what's happening -- and what you should do -- on this week's Your Turn with Mike Causey.
Long Term Care insurance premiums are going up 5 to 25 percent next year for many policy holders. So is this a ripoff or is it reality? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey takes a look at the upcoming changes.
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October 7th, 2009
Mike talks with Certified Financial Planner Art Stein about the importance of LTC insurance and some changes that recently happened to the federal plan.
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Long term care insurance premiums are going up 5 to 25 percent next year, but there may be, just may be, a way you can minimize the impact of the new premiums. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey reports.
How to hedge your bets when it comes to changing insurance coverage.