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Should retirees pay off their mortgage? The strategy depends on taxes, asset/income levels and attitude toward debt.
When it comes to retirement, whatever money an older divorcing couple has needs to be divided — after high legal bills.
The recent past was great for long-only risk assets, but hedge funds provide unique advantages for investors.