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So you're not one of the three lucky Powerball winners. Here's how to start investing in yourself and stop gambling on your future.
Financial advisors weigh in on what's stressing out their investor clients now, and how they can best ride out the current market crisis.
Classic car investments are heating up due to near-500 percent returns over the past decade, far outpacing art and wine.
The 401(k) is Americans' main means to save for retirement, but most don't know how to gauge whether a plan is good, putting savings at risk.
Entrepreneurs can use a "rollover as a business start-up," or ROBS, to fund their start-up businesses from their retirement accounts.
As the economy improves, so does the senior migration rate, the percentage of Americans 55 and up who make local and long-distance moves.
Target-date funds are increasingly popular, but financial advisors say it's important to research each fund's pros and cons before choosing.
Many Americans turn to a 401(k) plan for fast cash, but financial advisors caution clients to seriously consider the pros and cons first.
Investing in alternatives can be confusing and complex, so investors looking to get into the space had better do their homework first.
Before serving as executor of an estate, educate yourself on how much work is involved and assess whether you're able to handle the job.
If considering an art purchase, think of it as part of your total portfolio, not an asset class that really adds diversification.
CNBC looks at the five paintings, from Pollocks to Gauguins, that have commanded the highest prices in history at recent art auctions.
A study by AARP and the FPA found a wide gap between consumer perceptions of Social Security and the reality that advisors preach.
From the beginning of 2012 to 2014, sustainable, responsible and impact (SRI) assets in the U.S. grew 76 percent, to $6.57 trillion.
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