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When you inherit qualified money

Here are some of the options available to you

By Kathi Dunlap at Faith Investment Services
If someone dear to you passes away, you may inherit some money from them.  

What to do with the money (accounts held at a bank, brokerage, or other means) often depends on two things – whether the accounts are tax-qualified or not AND what your relationship is to the deceased. 

Let me break that down:

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Several new “Help Wanted” advertisements are now listed on Ada and Bluffton  Icons. Check Icon Classified Ad pages at: www.adaicon.com/classifieds.

New opening are added to this list daily. Businesses interested in listing postions available should contact info@blufftonicon.com.

New Leaf Christmas open house Nov. 19-20-21

New Leaf Landscape and Garden Center, 0395 State Route 235, Ada, will hold its Christmas open house Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 19-21.

The open house will include several special offers plus door prizes. Included in the open house are:
• a county area with Buffalo Plaid, galvanized and farm theme items
• a snowy and snowmen area
• a cardinals and grapevine area
• and a red, gold and silver glitter area.

Edward Jones: Managing your retirement plan under a new employer

Basically, you have four options

By Ryan P. DeMarco
Edward Jones financial advisor
111 N. Main St., Bluffton
567-226-4506

Your employer-sponsored retirement plan is a valuable asset. But sometimes things happen that can affect the status of your plan. So, for example, if you work for a hospital that changes ownership, and you have been participating in a 403(b), 457(b) or 401(k) retirement plan, what should you do with it now?

Basically, you have four options:

This week's list

Several new “Help Wanted” advertisements are now listed on Ada and Bluffton  Icons. Check Icon Classified Ad pages at: www.adaicon.com/classifieds.

New opening are added to this list daily. Businesses interested in listing postions available should contact info@adaicon.com.

Bluffton's Dunkin' Donuts will begin interviews next week

Looking to hire up to 30 full-time employees

FROM BLUFFTON ICON - Interviews are anticipated to begin next week for full- and part-time positions at Bluffton’s soon-to-open Dunkin’ Donuts Restaurant.

Mike Eirons, director of personnel support and development, told the Icon that up to 30 full-time employees may be hired.

Positions range from store manager, shift managers, bakers and baristas. Watch the Icon for dates, locations and details of interviews.

The store will open soon at 499 State Route 103, Bluffton, which is the former location of Burger King Restaurant. Demolition of the Burger King began in early August and construction of the new Dunkin’ Donuts building has progressed since then.

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