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Rivan joined Kiplinger on Leap Day 2016 as a reporter. A Michigan native, she graduated from the University of Michigan in 2014 and from there freelanced as a local copy editor and proofreader, and served as a research assistant to a local Detroit journalist. Her work has been featured in the Ann Arbor Observer and Sage Business Researcher.
The maximum amount workers at small businesses can contribute to a SIMPLE IRA for 2019 is $500 higher than it was for 2018.
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Federal workers and military personnel can save up to $19,000 in TSP retirement accounts for 2019. Some savers can make additional catch-up contributions.
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Teachers and nonprofit workers can contribute $19,000 to a 403(b) for 2019, but catch-up contributions and employer contributions can further boost retirement savings.
State and local government workers can contribute $19,000 to 457 plans for 2019. Some workers can make additional catch-up contributions.
This former monk found out the hard way that money is not the root of all evil.
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But rival rewards cards are a better deal for non-Apple purchases.
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Adjust your W-4 form to avoid an unpleasant surprise when you file your 2019 return.
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There are more ways than ever to prepare and e-file your tax return at no charge. Most of the major tax-software providers offer free versions of their products for taxpayers with straightforward returns ...
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Even if you have to pay for tax software, it’s cheaper than hiring a tax preparer.
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Electronic payments are increasing, but a cashless economy has drawbacks.
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act lowered tax rates, eliminated some popular tax deductions and nearly doubled the standard deduction, which will sharply reduce the number of taxpayers who itemize on their tax ...
CLEAR uses biometrics to speed you through airport screening, but it’s pricey.
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A new mail tracking service provided by the United States Postal Service has a loophole that ID thieves can take advantage of.
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UltraFICO will benefit young people and retirees with limited credit history.
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A 401(k) is a retirement plan sponsored by an employer that offers employees tax incentives to save money for retirement from their paychecks.
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Utilize free ship-to-store services or retail lockers to thwart porch pirates.
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