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Commentary: We don’t have to be flat broke in retirement

Of the many proposed legislative changes that might occur during the presidency of Donald Trump, the one with the highest probability of actually becoming law is a reduction in corporate tax rates. While we are considering making changes to the ...

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How to redefine a life in the law as you age

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We met in the early ’90s, as student and adjunct faculty member at Suffolk University Law School. A few years later we became colleagues, for five years, as sole practitioner and associate at a law firm specializing in elder law. ...

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Keeping Your Balance: A look at retirement plans employers can offer

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Both existing and start-up companies routinely seek to analyze whether they should offer a retirement plan and in doing so look to gain an understanding of what options are available and which best suit their current situation, budget or priorities. ...

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More older Americans buried by housing debt

WASHINGTON — Al and Saundra Karp have found an unconventional way to raise money and help save their Miami-area home from foreclosure: They’re lining up gigs for their family jazz band. They enjoy performing. But it isn’t exactly how Al, ...

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Making the pitch for pro bono help

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Providing pro bono legal services is a good way for attorneys who believe they will be bored at the prospect of full-on retirement and want to continue practicing but who also are looking to ease out of practicing full time. ...

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McCall reflects on a full career as a recruiter

Jennifer McCall-LaSalle, at right, won the 2005 Ethics Award by the National Association of Personnel Services. NAPS Board Member Katherine Simons presented the award. File photo

A British accent tends to stand out a bit in Rochester’s legal community, and Jennifer McCall believes that factored into her success as a professional recruiter. “The accent helps people remember you,” she shared when talking about her career, community ...

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Onondaga County sheriff announces retirement

SYRACUSE — Onondaga County Sheriff Kevin Walsh said he won’t seek re-election to a sixth term and will retire at the end of 2014, ending a 20-year run in office. Local media outlets report that the 69-year-old Republican announced his ...

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