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We help you navigate the ins and outs of the new tax law and get the biggest refund—or lowest tax bill—possible.
For hundreds of thousands of federal workers, this is a true test of financial preparedness.
Investors wonder if it’s sink or swim for stocks. Our take: time to bottom-fish.
Don’t panic, and look for an adviser who will look out for your best interests.
CLEAR uses biometrics to speed you through airport screening, but it’s pricey.
These workarounds may help borrowers who are ill, whose school closed, or who have other college debt issues.
It’s easier to transfer your savings to your new employer’s plan.
Raymond Rondeau says technical analysis, plus emotional discipline, are the keys to investing success.
When times are tough, people are still willing to spend a buck to be amused.
Women face all the financial challenges that men face—plus a longer life span.
Your savings can bail you out of a situation you may not think of as an emergency.
Reducing prescreened card
offers makes it less likely that an ID
thief will intercept them and take out
credit in your name.
Determine whether it’s important for you to have tax-free money in retirement.
These workarounds should help curb the Rx stalemate.
Here’s why it’s important to have a detailed log of your expenses while working with a charity.
Your options range from conventional coverage to tapping your life insurance benefits.
When a financial adviser invites you to a free meal, complicated, high-cost flavors of annuities are often on the menu.
Randomly generated numbers linked to your account means you won't have to carry your card.
Funds are lowering expense ratios — and more than ever are free. Here’s how to take advantage of this changing landscape.
This technical indicator can help predict where stocks are headed.
We've traded VanEck Vectors Fallen Angels High Yield for iShares Ultra Short-Term Bond to tamp down risk among our favorite exchange-traded funds.
There’s more to bond investing than picking funds that adhere closely to an index or cling to the apparent safety of Treasuries.
Our Practical Investing columnist, Kathy Kristof, invests in a “smart” index fund that hasn’t proven all that bright through the recent dark days of the market.
We asked a few smart bargain hunters to share where they’re finding good values now.
Prices will continue rising, but more slowly, as the housing market regains some balance between buyers and sellers.
Several states now allow legal sports betting. Before the tournament kicks off in Dayton, here’s what you need to know.