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Beyond IPERS - what should public employees consider for retirement?The State of Iowa Retirement Investors Club offers elective deferrals and possible employer matches from participating public sector employers. In 2016, some plans are changing. Read more about how GCSB Investment Center can help you make the most of your retirement savings.
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GCSB Investment Center originated in 2002 to provide investment and retirement products to clients interested in exploring their financial options. Through IBA Securities, a division of Broker Dealer Financial Services Corp, we offer a wide variety of products including individual, retirement and corporate investment accounts. Whether planning for retirement, a child’s upcoming college tuition or to review your current investment strategy, now is a great time to sit down with our Financial Advisor. We will review your portfolio and make recommendations at no cost and with no obligation.
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[+] Full Article Tell Your Beneficiaries About Your Accounts and Policies - 09/28/16
Will your heirs receive a fair share of your wealth? Will your invested assets go where you want them to when you die? If you have a proper will or estate plan in place, you will likely answer “yes” to both of those questions. The beneficiary forms you filled out years ago for your IRA, your workplace retirement plan, and your life insurance policy may give you even more confidence about the eventual transfer of your wealth. One concern still remains, though. You have to tell your heirs that these documents exist.
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