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Health Savings Accounts are not only good for consumers, they can help companies and maybe the health care system itself.
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Big financial decisions should never be set in stone. You need to rethink these three plans you made years ago because you could be in a very different place now.
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A traditional stock-bond portfolio just might not hack it in the next few years, so retirement savers need to consider some outside-the-box investment strategies.
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When it comes to money, families have a lot of issues to work out. And there’s a lot at stake. It all starts with communication.
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You can’t make your money last unless you are truthful about how much you are going to spend.
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Retirees face a tough decision-making process when it comes to their financial assets, and they may have to take more risk than they were expecting.
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How the prospective financial advisers you're considering got started in the field, and even how they grew up, can affect the advice they give.
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Making good financial decisions requires more than just good information, you need a clear head, some discipline and a little distance.
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Here's what NOT to do if you want your retirement to be a success.
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Your financial future is in your own hands, and these four lessons are a great place for grads to get started, or the rest of us to get back on track.
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Early retirees might qualify for thousands of dollars of subsidies if they can keep their incomes between certain limits.
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Choosing your investments with taxes in mind is a smart strategy as you approach retirement. Here are four income-generating possibilities that won’t trigger big tax bills.
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The Department of Labor's fiduciary rule, which went into effect on June 9, aims to protect retirement investors from financial adviser conflicts of interest, but consumers still must watch out for themselves.
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With all the electronic bill paying and online banking that goes on today, it's important to make provisions for them. Otherwise, things could get tough for your loved ones later on.
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That stock that did so well for you over the years? Don't get so attached that you hold back when it's time to rebalance.
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