A wish left in the will of 30-year-old Aaron Collins one year ago has snowballed into a national and international movement that has caught the Collins family off guard. Aaron Collins stipulated in his will that he would like to leave a $500 tip for a server in order to prove to people that good things can still happen. His brother, Seth has undertaken the challenger, established a website for donations and is hoping to have left a generous tip in 50 states by Christmas.
Most of the rest of the country looks good. But what happened to Idaho?
Relying on a fixed withdrawal percentage is unrealistic, Michael Finke says in a ThinkAdvisor webinar.
These plans were hit hard due not only to stock exposure but also to some riskier bond holdings, according to Morningstar.
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