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How Americans envision retirement has changed, evolving from a permanent vacation to an active stage of life that still includes some work.
A look at four strategic uses of home-equity wealth that can allow the aging baby boomer generation to retire in place at home.
It's important for DIY investors to not lock into one way of viewing the market, be it bullish, bearish or somewhere in the middle.
Make sure you're up on credits you may be able to claim. It could make a serious dent in your tax burden or even result in a tax return.
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Despite a bad picture for corporate earnings, stock indexes are rallying near all-time highs. Investors should brace for more weak results.
Many people using a financial advisor do not know whether they are a broker or investment advisor or what services must be provided.
A credit rating affects more than just loans and credit cards. It impacts whether you can rent a home, buy insurance or get that new job.
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If you're too rich for Medicaid and don't want to rely on family or spend down assets for long-term care, LTC insurance might be a solution.
With bond ETFs, investors see the price at which they can buy and sell, allowing them to better make informed decisions about investments.
The industry is divided over how to get brokers sanctioned by regulatory authorities to pay compensation to wronged investor clients.
Increased volatility explains the popularity of currency-hedged exchange-traded funds and other investment vehicles among U.S. investors.
With oversupply from existing oil suppliers and new exports from Iran, the energy market will remain volatile for the near future.
Executives with pensions must choose between lump-sum or monthly payouts, an irrevocable choice that affects finances throughout retirement.
Women control over $11 trillion in investable assets in the U.S. Advisors are now targeting this niche, offering tips on boosting returns.
Vanguard research shows women are more likely than men to sign up for 401(k) plans and save a larger piece of their salaries for retirement.
Millennials starting careers will succeeed in a series of incremental decisions and actions that set careers in motion.
Trying to budget your wealth to get through retirement? A proper financial plan is an important tool for all investors.
Studies find age and credit score good indicators of how taxpayers view annual refunds and how they'll spend them.
The Sohn Investment Conference gathers the world’s savviest investors to share insights and ideas; all proceeds go to charity.
Exploring smart growth strategies and industries, and the companies moving them forward.
A series of high profile cyber attacks has created huge economic opportunity as businesses look to fend off future attacks.