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The amount workers at small businesses can contribute to a SIMPLE IRA for 2018 is unchanged from 2017, but there are ways to boost retirement savings.
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Federal workers and military personnel can save up to $18,500 in TSP retirement accounts, $500 more than in 2017. Some savers can make additional catch-up contributions.
Fraudsters are using payment apps such as Paypal and Zelle to trick you out of your money.
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State and local government workers can contribute $18,500 to 457 plans, up $500 from 2017. Some workers can make additional catch-up contributions.
Teachers and nonprofit workers can contribute $18,500 to a 403(b) for 2018, but catch-up contributions and employer contributions can further boost retirement savings.
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 who file a Form 1040EZ, and ...
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Home prices are just one factor you should consider when choosing a city.
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Late last year, Congress passed legislation that will cut tax rates, limit or eliminate some popular deductions, and double the standard deduction. As a result of the changes, the percentage of taxpayers ...
Make sure your ID meets requirements for air travel.
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A used vehicle with a superlow price may have been submerged in the recent hurricanes.
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Too busy to spend time on important but mundane tasks? Your smartphone may be able to help.
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As Uncle Sam cracks down on overdue taxes, scammers are moving to cash in.
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Enhanced mobile apps let you withdraw cash with a smartphone.
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Even though we’re using less water, the pipes need fixing, so utilities are charging more.
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Instead of giving kids toys and video games, open a 529 college savings plan or student loan savings account for them and contribute to it.
Super-low minimums and smartphone accessibility make it easy for young investors to learn the ropes.
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Move on from the budget gyms, and step to a higher-level health club.
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