Part of the job of financial advisers is to help their clients organize their finances and remind them of critical deadlines throughout the year. Here's a rundown of key dates for your retired clients in 2016 to ensure they comply with deadlines for filing taxes, enrolling in Medicare drug plans, claiming Social Security and taking retirement distributions.
Key 2016 dates for retired clients
Make sure your clients comply with deadlines for taxes, Medicare, Social Security and retirement distributions
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