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Does Your Advisor Offer Institutional Pricing?

Baron Financial Group is an institutional investor. As an independent RIA (Registered Investment Advisor) with no allegiance to any investment company, we use a process to identify investments for both our clients, as well as our own investment portfolios. One of the filters in the process is cost. This comes in to play mostly with mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. When institutionally-priced mutual funds make sense, we take advantage of the opportunity. In the world of mutual funds (which are pools of assets such as stocks and/or bonds), there can be different pricing for the same underlying investments.

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Equifax Data Breach Settlement Claim

Update to the Equifax Data Breach Settlement (this post was updated on 8.14.19) Due to the overwhelming response to the Equifax Settlement Claim, those who opt for the $125 cash settlement may only receive a small portion. Instead, you might be better served by choosing the free credit monitoring. Robert Schoshinski, Assistant Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection of the FTC (Federal Trade Commission), had this to say on his July 31, 2019 FTC blog post:

Credit Baron Team
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Tips to Avoid Social Security Scams

Phone scams and particularly Social Security phone scams have been in the news recently. If you are looking for ways to protect your information, here is a list of some common red flags and what to do from AARP (formerly American Association of Retired Persons). To learn more, read AARP’s article on Social Security Scams.

Social Security Baron Team