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Pitfalls and Trapdoors, and How They Can Derail Retirement plans

Although there’s been a slight dip in reported cases, the Federal Trade Commission still reports that 2017 produced 2.68 million fraud, identity theft, and similar reports. With over 40% of these being outright fraud situations, it’s not surprising that the importance of keeping one;s guard up continues to rise. In a post on,  Online Editor Bob Niedt takes a look at the gravity of this situation, along with some advice on how to avoid being a victim. Read his post here…


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