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Whether you dream of traveling around the world or buying a yacht, here are five steps that can help make it happen.
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Offering a 401(k) is a great benefit for your employees, but did you know you could be held personable liable for your company’s plan?
See More On: 401(k)s | Business Costs & Regulation | Saving for Retirement
They’ve amassed $30 trillion in assets to pass down, but many don’t have plans in place to safeguard their legacies. Here are five things they should do to cover their bases.
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Forget investment returns (or at least quit obsessing). To protect your future, you really need to devise a tax-smart plan. Here are six often-overlooked ideas.
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If your grandfather’s financial adviser doesn’t feel like a good fit, it might be time to go shopping.
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Buying stock in companies with a direct impact on a child’s life creates a portfolio of memories … and teachable moments.
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When it comes to preparing for retirement, the devil is in the details. Just one slip-up can derail your plans.
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Investing in yourself, through classes, career building, networking and just plain taking care of yourself, can pay off more in the long run than anything else.
See More On: Wealth Management | 401(k)s | Careers
From gifting appreciated securities to tax efficiencies for your retirement accounts, here are four approaches to getting the most from your generosity.
See More On: Tax Planning | Financial Planning | IRAs
The five-year period from age 65 to 70 offers a unique opportunity for many to potentially save tens of thousands through Roth IRA conversions.
See More On: Roth IRAs | 401(k)s | Financial Planning
Business owners are the ones ultimately held responsible for their plans. Their top two allies: preparation and documentation.
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Joint account or separate accounts? Does your partner handle the finances? How couples deal with money can either bring them together or push them apart.
See More On: Family Finances | Financial Planning | Healthy Living on a Budget
When investors ask themselves how much risk they’re comfortable taking, they’re probably not answering the question in the right way … and it could cost them.
See More On: Index Funds | Investor Psychology | Saving for Retirement
Amazon, Home Depot and Apple all have long-term advantages with Baby Boomers. Savvy investors, take note.
See More On: Stocks & Bonds | Financial Planning | Markets
Never heard of a “rollover as business startup” transaction? It carries risks, but also important advantages for those seeking second acts in their careers.
See More On: 401(k)s | Financial Planning | Making Your Money Last
You don’t have to break the bank. Here are some simple, low-cost ways to show you care.
See More On: Saving Money | Family Finances | Smart Buying
Can fee-based financial advisers always do better for their clients than commission-based professionals? It depends.
See More On: Wealth Management | Financial Planning | Saving for Retirement