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Before your drone takes to the sky, see if your insurer will cover any damages the unmanned aircraft may cause to others or their property.
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Medicare beneficiaries can see their premiums go up if their income rises, although for some that increase will be only temporary.
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If you leave your job while you have an outstanding 401(k) loan, Uncle Sam now gives you extra time to repay it -- thanks to the new tax law.
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You can convert tax-deferred money in a traditional IRA into tax-free cash by rolling it over to a health savings account and using it to pay for medical bills.
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Your IRA administrator will send you a 1099-R, noting your entire distribution; you need to report it to Uncle Sam -- and call out what portion was used as a qualified charitable distribution -- on your 1040.
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Determine whether it’s important for you to have tax-free money in retirement.
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Here’s why it’s important to have a detailed log of your expenses while working with a charity.
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These workarounds should help curb the Rx stalemate.
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Working parents may be able use their flexible spending account along with the child and dependent care credit to save on taxes when paying for child care.
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You need the following forms to verify income, deductible expenses and charitable gifts when filing your income tax return.
New rules in 2019 give consumers more time and options to change their Medicare Advantage plan if they don't like it.
Plus, find out about the partial shutdown's impact on health coverage for veterans and government employees.
You can tap an HSA to pay the premiums for a long-term-care insurance policy, but the amount you can withdraw tax-free depends on your age.
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How to reduce taxes and medical bills, help the next generation save for retirement and protect against identity theft were some of the issues on readers’ minds in 2018.
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As the deadline approaches for older savers to take required minimum distributions from retirement accounts, readers raise some tricky questions about the rules.
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You can save big compared to an in-person doctor visit or a trip to the emergency room.
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