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Classic car investments are heating up due to near-500 percent returns over the past decade, far outpacing art and wine.
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Cut the cost of health-care premiums by buying insurance online at HealthCare.gov to qualify for a tax credit worth thousands of dollars.
For those willing to pay a premium, SMAs can deliver the kind of personalized money management once reserved for institutional investors.
To nail down a fund management strategy that works for you, make sure you grasp the differences between active and passive approaches.
As interest rates rise, investors should reduce duration and add credit exposure with bonds, and consider resilient but growing equities.
Anyone can simplify their financial life by creating balance and cash-flow sheets, according to certified financial planner Anthony Canale.
When it comes to Roth IRA conversions, savers need to consider the most important — and often overlooked — factor: state income taxes.
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Rising rates will be bad for stocks so investors may want to move out of equities and invest more in bonds, said advisor Carolyn McClanahan.
With volatility returning to the stock market as it waits for the Fed to raise interest rates, the party could be over for REIT investors.
Now is the time to make smart year-end tax decisions so you can keep more of your dollars working toward your financial objectives.
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Older couples contemplating marriage, whether gay or straight, must think through financial, legal and other issues before tying the knot.
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Many bond products, such as high-yield and emerging markets bonds, offer higher returns than the traditional core fixed-income products.
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